Storytime Read-Along for Kindergarteners

Stories aren’t just a fun escape, they’re one of the best ways for your kindergartener to learn about her world, her feelings, and her dreams. Plus? A love of books, literacy, and learning will give her a boost when it comes to academic success!

Join us for special storytime events featuring the authors of your girl’s favorite books. Reading along has never been so fun!


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin of Click, Clack, Moo

Bestselling author Doreen Cronin and illustrator Betsy Lewin read Click, Clack, Moo, the story of a few clever cows who start typing notes to their farmer. It was named one of National Education Association’s “Teachers’ Top 100 Books for Children.”


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Lizzy Rockwell of How Do You Feel?

Author and illustrator Lizzy Rockwell reads How Do You Feel?—a book that helps kids understand people’s emotions while getting in touch with their own.


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Jasmyn Wright of I’m Gonna Push Through!

Author Jasmyn Wright reads I’m Gonna Push Through!—a book that invites your girl to celebrate her own power and that of others—even when things don’t go quite as planned. 


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Susan Verde of I Am One: A Book of Action

Author Susan Verde reads I Am One: A Book of Action, which encourages children to use their voice, extend a hand, and take the first step toward making the world a better place.


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Janet Lawler of Kindergarten Hat

Author Janet Lawler reads Kindergarten Hat, which tells the story of a child who is nervous about starting kindergarten and how they find the courage to let those worries go. 


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Dashka Slater of A Book for Escargot

Author Dashka Slater reads A Book for Escargot, as we follow a funny and charming French snail through a library to find the book of his dreams. 


Awesome Girls Read-Along with Victoria Kann of Pinkalicious

Author Victoria Kann reads Pinkalicious, which celebrates all things pink while showing readers that being yourself is the best of all.