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- Lolita , by Vladimir Nabokov. Nothing beats the luscious sonority of Nabokov’s prose. It practically begs to be read aloud, so we’ll let it speak for itself
- The Phantom Tollbooth , by Norton Juster. With a book this punny, you’ll want someone to read it out loud to get the full effect. Also, there are many golden opportunities for your intrepid reader to ‘do the voices,’ should they care to
- Much Ado About Nothing , by William Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s dramatic works, of course, are all meant to be read aloud — they are plays, after all. But if we could only pick one, we’d choose Much Ado, one of the bard’s wittiest, most charming productions, which is certainly saying something.
- Mrs. Dalloway , Virginia Woolf. Woolf blurs the distinctions between the interior and exterior, between direct and indirect discourse, and muddles with everyone’s minds so much in this novel that we’ve always thought it deserved to be read aloud in one glorious, semi-omniscient declamation, preferably over the course of a single day in June.
Sep 19, 2021 · Our newest story is The Elves and the Shoemaker read by Chrissy Metz. In this story a poor shoemaker becomes successful with the help of two elves who finish his shoes during the night. This read aloud video is brought to you by Storyline Online, an organization committed to helping you raise children who love to read, just like us!
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