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I Like Myself read by YWCA Regina Malveaux for Storytime from the Tower

The uniqueness of everyone is important to honor and celebrate - and that is the message of Karen Beaumont's book, "I Like Myself" (published by HMH Books, 2004) with illustrations by David Catrow. YWCA CEO Regina Malveaux reads this title for Storytime from the Tower .

Everyone needs this message and perhaps a reminder of it on their bookshelf! Get your copy locally at Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books BOTH offer order and pick up service during this crazy time.


Northwest Passages’ Storytime from the Tower: Marcus Ricelli reads “Giraffe’s Can’t Dance.”

Washington State Representative Marcus Riccelli reads "Giraffes Can't Dance" by Giles Andreae (published by Scholastic, 2000) for the Northwest Passages' Storytime from the Tower series. This book of a gangly giraffe sang to his heart and just may touch yours as well.

Call up your favorite independent bookstore, Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books and they can bring this magical book into your collection!

Northwest Passages’ Storytime from the Tower: Amy Knapton Vega reads “Thomas’ Snowsuit”

In this installment of the Northwest Passages' Storytime from the Tower, Amy Knapton Vega, executive director of the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, reads "Thomas' Snowsuit" by Robert Munsch (Annikin, 1995) with the message for parents to pick your battles during this pandemic!

Need your own copy of the Robert Munsch masterpiece? Call up your favorite independent bookstore, Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books BOTH offer order and pick up service during this crazy time.

Storytime from the Tower - Carla Cicero reads “Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon”

Molly Lou Melon listens to her grandmother, and as a grandmother herself, Carla Cicero from Numerica Credit Union chose the book "Stand Tall. Molly Lou Melon" by Patty Lovell (G.P. Putnam's Sons; 2001) to read for this edition of "Storytime From the Tower."

If you know someone that turns their challenges into assets, then this book would be an excellent gift! Purchase it from Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books BOTH offer order and pick up service during this crazy time.