Enjoy a reading of “Have You Filled a Bucket Today? : A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids” by Carol McCloud. This story encourages positive behaviors by doing good deeds for ourselves and others.
Read Aloud: “Mustache Duckstache”
Camper Anthony reads “Mustache Duckstache” by Amy and AJ Young. This story follows a funny whimsical bunch and his beloved mustache.
Read Aloud: “Shiver Me Letters”
Camper Joaquin reads “Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC” by June Sobel and illustrated by Henry Cole. Go on an adventure with pirates to find all the letters of the alphabet in this clip from WUCF.
Read Aloud: “The Invisible String”
Camper Clara reads “The Invisible String” by Patrice Karst. It is important to remember that even though you may not be able to physically see something, it does not mean it isn’t there.
Read Aloud: “Splashdance”
Camper Scarlett reads “Splashdance” by Liz Starin in this clip from WPBS. Ursula wants to compete in the water ballet championship, but when the lifeguard tells her that bears like Ursula can’t go in the pool anymore, Ursula has to find another way to compete. See how Ursula makes a splash in this sweet and colorful book!
Read Aloud: “I Am Love: A Book of Compassion”
Robbie reads “I am Love, a Book of Compassion” by Susan Verde and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds in this clip from Rhode Island PBS. Learn about all the forms that love takes in this sweet story.
Read Aloud: “Night at the Fair”
Camper Josie reads “Night at the Fair” by Donald Crews in this clip from Prairie Public Broadcasting. Explore the food, games, and rides of the carnival!
Read Aloud: “A Stone Sat Still”
Camper Khyrie reads “A Stone Sat Still” by Brendan Wenzel in this clip from WHUT. Hear how one stone means so much to different creatures of the forest.
Read Aloud: “Tiny Perfect Things”
Join camper Annika as she reads “Tiny Perfect Things” by M.H. Clark in this clip from East Tennessee PBS. Enjoy this sweet story about finding wonder in the world everywhere you go. What tiny perfect things will you find?
All 8 Unicorns
Cece’s story about 8 unicorns playing together in the forest comes to life with this colorful animation and song from Story Pirates.