Dial-a-Story for September
If you enjoy storytelling hours and audiobooks or want to participate in library programs but do not have access to a computer, you can simply call our special phone number to hear the recordings played by the librarians. and special guests. We read picture books, chapters, poetry, short stories, original writings, STEAM / Science information, writing or art instructions, and even self-improvement tips. We offer a variety of recordings for each age group, for children, teens and adults. It’s fun for people of all ages!
Call our Dial A Story service at 234-287-2020. (No worries, 234 is an area code for Mahoning County.) Anytime, day or night, 24/7!
We update our recordings monthly and usually offer special themes. So keep checking back for new favorites, upcoming chapters, and lots of other goodies!
Our current reads for the month are listed below, along with their respective menu numbers.
For the young :
Picture books and stories:
3. Ten Beautiful Things, by Molly Beth Griffin – read by Miss Tracy
4. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom / Chica Chica Bum Bum by Bill Martin, read in English and Spanish for Hispanic Heritage Month by Miss Marnie
For all ages :
5. The Most Dangerous Game, by Richard Connell – read by Kelly Sullivan of Youngstown Playhouse
6. Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo (excerpt) (for Hispanic Heritage Month) – read by Miss Annette
7. A Cowboy for All Seasons, by Maisey Yates (chapter 1) – read by Kelly M.
8. A Cowboy for All Seasons, by Maisey Yates (Chapter 2) – read by Kelly M.
9. Educated, by Tara Westover (Chapter 1) – read by Kelly M.
10. September 11 Attacks, from History.com (for the 20th anniversary of September 11) – read by Kelly K.
Good listening !
If there is something specific you would like to hear about our Dial-a-Story, send your suggestions to [email protected]
Kelly is a librarian at the Youngstown and Mahoning County Public Library. As a specialist in adult programs, his goal is to provide adults with the library programs they love. (Kids can’t have EVERYTHING fun!). She strictly reads novels and picture books. She thinks that everything you could possibly need or want is somewhere in the library. Including friends.
Pam is the leader of the library’s early childhood learning team. She loves and believes in the power of reading aloud with children. She is known to still occasionally read aloud to her teenage children.
This press release was produced by the Youngstown and Mahoning County Public Library. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.