Call (573) 290-4455 to hear stories read by your favorite librarians!
If you haven’t called yet, you’ve missed terrific books read by our library staff who love nothing more than sharing stories with people. With Dial-a-Story, your favorite librarians are only a phone call away. Our library staff add 10 new stories every month: 5 for younger readers, and 5 for adults!
Click a book cover below to place a hold on a physical copy so you can read along with us!
- • “How to be Seventy” by Mark Twain
- • “Horsey Name” by Anton Chekov
- • “Cry of the Children” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
- • “We Didn’t Do Anything Wrong, Hardly” by Roger Kuykendall
- • “Facing West From California’s Shores and I Hear America Singing” by Walt Whitman