If you can't have a real-life Mary Poppins as your nanny right now to help your family through homeschooling during the coronavirus crisis, Hollywood icon Julie Andrews is offering the next best thing:, a new weekly storytelling podcast where she and her daughter, writer and educator Emma Walton Hamilton, read their favorite children's books.
"As a child, I read anything and everything I could get my hands on. There was no greater joy for me than to curl up with a good read. Books transported me—away from the World War II Blitz and into the realm of my imagination and other worlds and ideas," Andrews said in a note on the podcast's website, revealing that they pushed up the launch of the project to provide families with a resource at "this extraordinary time."
"When I became a parent, I passed the love of reading on to my children. My daughter and I have co-authored over 30 books for children and young adults, and our shared passion for the power of storytelling, literacy, and the arts remains fervent ... It is our hope that the stories and ideas we share on Julie’s Library 幸运飞艇分析软件自动will provide family listening pleasure, inspire meaningful conversations, and be a trusted resource for literary enjoyment and learning."
幸运飞艇分析软件自动If you're looking for a fresh distraction for your kids right now, Additional episodes of Julie's Library will be released in the weeks to come.