Interrupting Chicken – Story Time Video

I’m excited to bring you another story time video today – Be sure you scroll down for more videos after this one!

Interrupting Chicken

by David Ezra Stein

Listen to more of my favorite stories below!


Tacky The Penguin

How Many Veggies? 

Featuring a surprise phone call from Larry The Cucumber!

Pirate Pete’s Talk Like A Pirate

 

Enemy Pie


Little Red Hen

When I Was Young In The Mountains

Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type

Bark, George

YES DAY!

Giraffes Can’t Dance

Pete The Cat

Kiss Good Night

Green Eggs And Ham

One Fish, Two Fish

WHAT! Cried Granny

Wocket In My Pocket

Pete The Cat Rocking In My School Shoes


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Comments

  1. Sylvia says

    Christie – I not only loved your “Interruption Chicken” Story, I love the way you
    tell it, and with your accent, it’s even better. You make it believable and
    that’s a talent. I’m a gramma and don’t do bedtime stories well. My
    grandaughter would never let you leave. Love you, bye-bye…..

  2. Stacey J. says

    My daughter loved this story, she said her librarian read it to her also. At the school book fair last week we picked up a copy of “Pete the Cat, Rocking in my School Shoes”. It is really funny and we think you would like it.

  3. Genora says

    Christy, I found you recently when I was looking for a recipe for a fruit cocktail cake. Funny how I’ve become too lazy to open a cookbook when I have the whole world at my fingertips. Anyway, I wanted to let you know I enjoy your recipes but I was REALLY tickled to find the Story Time link. I have two granddaughters, 4 1/2 years and 13 months, who love books. I can set the laptop on the kitchen table and let Miss Christy read to them while I make breakfast. Natalie, the baby, waves to you at the end of the story when you say ‘bye.
    Have you read any of the books by Jamie Lee Curtis? I think you would enjoy them. There’s always a good message delivered with just enough silliness and grossness for Marleigh, the oldest, to ask for them over and over.
    I’m glad I found your website; I feel like I’m visiting an old friend.

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