There’s a new trend going around where celebrities are reading bedtime stories for kids (and adults) who are stuck at home and we couldn’t be more excited.
You and your family are going to love these old and new children’s classics.
1.) Dolly Parton
Not only is Dolly Parton a legendary country star, but she is passionate about books. Since 1995, her Imagination Library has been sending free books to children ages 1-5 ever since. Enjoy her reading of “The Little Engine that Could”.
2.) Josh Gad
You might recognize Josh Gad as the voice of Olaf in Disney’s Frozen. Here he reads the charming story “Olivia Goes to Venice”, and all of the voices he uses for the characters are adorable.
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) March 14, 2020
3.) Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson is a Christian singer and author who even helped write some of the music in VeggieTales. Hear him read a portion from his new book The Wingfeather Saga. You can hear more of his story on his Facebook page.
Note: The audio is a little glitchy at for the first few minutes.
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