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Publisher's Summary

Join an amazing host of celebrities as they snuggle up on the Story Time couch to narrate a beautiful selection of stories for young children.

Join acclaimed actress Yael Stone, radio host and TV personality Myf Warhust, award-winning actress Pia Miranda, actress, radio presenter and author Kate Ritchie and much-loved Play School presenter and actress Benita Collings as they take to the Story Time couch to read this beautiful collection of stories for young children.

  1. All the Ways to Be Smart by Davina Bell. Published by Scribble/Scribe © Text Davina Bell, 2018. Read by Yael Stone.
  2. The Sloth Who Came to Stay by Margaret Wild. Published by Allen & Unwin © Text Margaret Wild, 2017. Read by Myf Warhurst.
  3. Imagine by Alison Lester. Published by Allen & Unwin. © Text Alison Lester, 1989. Read by Pia Miranda.
  4. Eva’s Imagination by Wenda Shurety. Published by New Frontier Publishing. © Text Wenda Shurety, 2018. Read by Kate Ritchie.
  5. Possum Magic by Mem Fox. Published by Omnibus Books/Scholastic © Text Mem Fox, 1983. Read by Benita Collings.
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