April 2017

Hour 13- Llama Llama What?

     Hello Fellow Readathoners! This is Courtney of Stiletto Storytime (@stiletostrytime) here to spend the next two hours co-hosting and hanging out with you. You’ve made it more than half way so BIG pat on the back whether this is your first Readathon or you’re a Dewey 24 Hour veteran.  Way to go you’ve got this! There is no wrong way to do readathon as long as you are reading and having fun….I promise.

Meanwhile it’s getting into the evening here in the eastern United States and for some us it’s almost time to  read some goodnight books before tucking our little ones into bed so we can get a chance at that  “mythical” reading in peace and quiet experience we all dream of. I’m a children’s librarian and a Mom so I thought it might be fun to wake some of us up or possibly send others into a power nap with a little twist tonight. So for your enjoyment here is Ludacris freestyling the classic bedtime book “Llama Llama Red Pajama” by Anna Dowdney. The author herself has said she loved it so enjoy but be warned the next time you read it out loud to little ones…you might be tempted to throw a beat and some “whats” in there.

Happy Reading and see you soon in Hour 14!



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