Library on the Go!

Sunday afternoons at 3:30 pm

Each week on Library On The Go, Barbara Loof reads children's stories that can be related to the season, holidays, or just something fun! Gather your young children around the radio for a special 30 minutes of storytelling on Sunday afternoons from 3:30 to 4:00pm.

Library On The Go! is produced by Laura McHenry of the Cortez Public Library.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "The Peach Boy" retold by Alex Frith, "Theodore" by Edward Ormondroyd, and "The Memory String" by Eve Bunting.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "When Otis Courted Mama" by Kathi Appelt, and "Finn McCoul and His Fearless Wife" by Robert Byrd.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Eeyore Loses A Tail" and "Pooh Goes Visiting" by A.A. Milne, and "Mogie, the Heart of The House" by Kathi Appelt.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Amos and Boris" by William Steig, "The Granddaughter Necklace" by Sharon Dennis Wyeth, and from the Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature, two Aesop Fables: "The Lion and the Mouse" and "The Shepard Boy and the Wolf".

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads the conclusion of "The Nearsighted Knight" by Mary Francis Shura.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Why the Bear is Stumpy Tailed"  from Popular Tales of the Norse out of the Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature edited by Margaret E. Martignoni, and continues "The Nearsighted Knight" by Mary Francis Shura.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "The Wolf and the Seven Kids" by  the Brothers Grimm, and the continuation of "The Nearsighted Knight" by Mary Francis Shura.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads from the Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature edited by Margaret E. Martignoni, "Peter Rabbit" by Beatrix Potter, and the continuation of "The Nearsighted Knight" by Mary Francis Shura.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Lucky Ducklings" by Eva Moore and "The Nearsighted Knight" by Mary Francis Shura.

In this episode, Ms. Barbara reads "Hey, Al" by Arthur Yorinks, "Erandi's Braids" by Antonio Hernandez Madrigal, and "The Forgetful Bears Meet Mr. Memory" by Larry Weinberg.

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