Ryers Readers


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Our Editor's Take

The Ryers Readers podcast shares readings of children's books to give parents a break. It's an audiobook collection that encourages children to improve their listening skills. Podcast episodes make great bedtime stories. They are there when little ones need downtime. Stories include popular tales from Paw Patrol, Bluey, and Sesame Street. In addition, the podcast features many lesser-known books for kids to discover.

One fun tale on the podcast is If You Ever Want To Bring An Alligator To School, DON'T! Elise Parsley wrote this hilarious tale of a little girl called Magnolia. It's "Show and Tell" at school, and her teacher asks the kids to bring something from nature. She may mean a stick or a bird's nest, but Magnolia has other ideas. Why not bring an alligator? It will be lots of fun, won't it? Magnolia may be an alligator expert, but she doesn't quite know how to handle the sticky situations that arise.

Another imaginative book on the podcast is The Day The Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. One day at school, Duncan finds a collection of letters in his pencil case. They are all written from his crayons! The red crayon feels overworked. It's not happy that it is used more than the others and doesn't even get to rest during the holidays. The purple crayon wishes Duncan was neater. It hates going outside the lines. Each crayon has its say, one after the other. What can Duncan do to make his crayons feel better? He has an idea.

The Ryers Readers podcast shares readings of fun and inspiring stories. They encourage creative play and imagination. In addition, some episodes have important messages to share. There are tales of friendship, forgiveness, kindness, and bravery. Families may like to listen to these episodes together.

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