Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Reading Out Loud

Today is World Read Aloud Day, part of LitWorld's global literacy movement. If you're in New York City, you can check out the 24-hour Read Aloud Marathon in Times Square, where they'll be having some famous names read to the crowds. But if you're like me, living in a different part of the country, you can find another way to mark the day.

My daughter and I decided to celebrate by reading one of our favorite picture books together, Bark, George by Jules Feiffer. Believe it or not, this hilarious PB has less than 230 words. Talk about making every word count!




Happy reading!

14 comments:

lotusgirl said...

That's so cute! I love it. Your daughter's accents are great.

Bish Denham said...

That was just too sweet! Made me smile, a lovely way to start my day. Thanks!

Angela Felsted said...

Your daughter is adorable.

storyqueen said...

This is such a sweet little video! And Bark George is just awesome.

Shelley

Laura Pauling said...

Awesome S herrie! I love repetition in picture books! What fun.

Laura Pauling said...

Awesome S herrie! I love repetition in picture books! What fun.

meandersfit.com said...

Loved the video, Sherrie! Thanks for sharing. :)

Christina Lee said...

OMG too TOO precious and guess what? We read that book almost every ngiht-- I just love the illustrations! xo

Carolina Valdez Miller said...

Oh my word, that was so insanely cute!! Love it. You guys are a beautiful pair. So good to see you "in person" again. Your smile is the same--still as bright and infectious.

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Great reading, Sherrie. :D

Your daughter does an amazing job with the sound effects.

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Oh, I want your daughter to read all my books! That was awesome. And, hey, great book, too.

Elle Strauss said...

What a great little book--and your daughter is terrific!!

Casey McCormick said...

SO CUTE!

Kelly H-Y said...

LOVED that! Your daughter is so cute ... she makes awesome animal sounds!!

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