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The Columbus Library Has A Story Hotline Where You Can Call In For Recorded Tales

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Looking for a fun winter holiday activity with the kids?

You’ve covered the Columbus Library. The library offers a Dial-A-Story program where families can connect and listen to recorded stories. By visiting the library’s website, you can take turns viewing books and even reserve them so your children can read.

Contact is free and available 24/7. Dial-A-Story helps children hone their listening and comprehension skills, and enjoy new stories that are updated monthly.

You can reach Dial-A-Story by calling 1800-924-614 or listening online at columbuslibrary.org/dial-a-story.

Wondering about tales this month? Let’s fill you up.

Our favorite day of the year by AE Ali

Four kindergarteners who think they have nothing in common become friends after sharing their holiday traditions, including Eid al-Fitr, Rosh Hashanah, Christmas and Yom Pie.

bunny dance on snow by James and Joseph Proshak

Master storytellers Joseph and James Proshak present a hilarious and hilarious exposition of the Iroquois fairy tale about the importance of patience, the seasons, and listening to your friends.

glove by Jan Brett

The animals crawl through the snowy forest one by one to Nikki’s lost white gauntlet to get warm until the bear sneezes, prompting the animals to climb away from the gauntlet. On each part of the page, signature borders inspired by Ukrainian folk art indicate which animal is to come next.

For more information about the Columbus Library, please click here.

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