📗 Bedtime (or Anytime) Story Project

Carroll ParentS

The Bedtime (or Anytime) Stories Project provides a way for our Middle and Upper School students to video themselves reading a favorite children’s book to entertain, support, and mentor our Lower School students.


Alex Reads "The Gruffalo" by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

Willie & Marley Reads "Brothers and Sisters" by Rob Lewis

Kelly Reads "John, Paul, George, and Ben" by Lane Smith

Finn Reads "If I Built a House" by Chris Van Dusen

Addison Reads "That Cat Can't Stay" by Thad Krasensky

Cole Reads "Lost and Found" by Oliver Jeffers

Grace Reads "Click, Clack, Moo - Cows That Type" by Doreen Cronin

Izzy Reads "Fly Guy and the Frankenfly" by Tedd Arnold

Izzy Reads "Charlie the Ranch Dog" by Ree Drummond

Izzy Reads "Mousetronaut Goes to Mars" by Mark Kelly

Ryan Reads "Harold and the Purple Crayon" by Crockett Johnson

Share a Story!

Calling all Middle and Upper School Students! Are you looking for a fun opportunity to spread kindness during social distancing? How you ask? Simple! We are asking Middle and Upper School students to videotape themselves reading a book. We will then be featuring the videos for Lower School kids to watch and enjoy. It will be fun, and it's a great way to help entertain, support, and mentor our younger students!

Here's how:

  1. Choose a book you remember really liking when you were younger.
  2. Maybe take a practice run through the book. It's up to you if you want to show the pictures.
  3. Videotape yourself (or have a parent/sibling videotape you) reading the book.
  4. Send completed videos to Mary McNulty at: mmcnulty@carrollschool.org