Dial-A-Story Picks April 2021

​​Do you want to hear a story from YCL staff at any time?

Call the Library’s Dial-A-Story phone line at 803-620-8585. You'll hear stories for adults, teens, and children, as well as music and songs, poetry, jokes and riddles, history tidbits, trivia, and more! You can also listen online via the links below as stories become available.


00:00 / 06:03

Book! Book! Book! by Deborah Bruss

00:00 / 04:59

A Child's Book of Lullabies, by Mary Cassatt

00:00 / 07:06

Froggy Goes to the Library,
by Jonathan London

00:00 / 02:14

The House that Jack Built, by Ed McBain

00:00 / 07:23

A Library Book for Bear, by Bonny Becker

00:00 / 10:01

Library Lion, by Michelle Knudsen

00:00 / 10:02

Ready to Fly: How Sylvia Townsend
Became the Bookmobile Ballerina,

by A. LaFaye and Lea Lyon

00:00 / 07:05

Small Green Snake, by Libba Moore Gray



00:00 / 03:05

Learn About Kites, from The Wild Book, by David Scarfe

00:00 / 02:49

Learn About National Library Week

00:00 / 01:23

"My First Memory (of Librarians),"
by Nikki Giovanni



00:00 / 04:37

A note from Lea Lyon, author of Ready to Fly: How Sylvia Townsend Became the Bookmobile Ballerina, to celebrate National Library Week and National Outreach Day

00:00 / 03:08

Titanic Tidbits

00:00 / 03:01

"Wonder Woman," by Rock Hill Poet Laureate Angelo Geter

00:00 / 04:21

York County Library Updates and Information from Director Jason Hyatt

View the Dial-A-Story picks from last month.