It's never too late for a little story time - with Shantini Venugopal


When was the last time you enjoyed story time?



Photo by Nong Vang on Unsplash

Finding productive activities to do while at home is quite a challenge when you are social distancing or during restricted movement. Many typically resort to television, while other with digital games, social media, music and other hobbies. Though maybe, some of us do find refuge in a good book.


Do you remember what story time was like when we were younger? Sure, it does seem to be very similar to just reading a book yourself but, there is a certain magic when someone is narrating a story to you.


StoryTime with The Jumping JellyBeans hosted by actress, singer and children story-teller, Shantini Venugopal is an audio delight not only for kids but adults alike.


The podcasts include a segment entitled "StoryTime Music" where they showcase the stories and songs of recording artists and up and coming singer-songwriters. They also features the voices of Malaysia's finest actors and theatre practitioners. With stories from different cultures on a wide range of topics, StoryTime has something for everyone.


Check out the first episode from the podcast below:

Get the kids together or just get cosy by yourself, and listen in. Check out the rest of StoryTime with the Jumping Jellybeans on podcast streaming sites.



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