“Imagine Your Story…” Podcast: Episode 3
Imagine Your Story – Summer Learning Program
It’s time for our third “Imagine Your Story Read by Your Librarians” podcast episode!
We have three new stories to share this week! Thanks so much to the patrons who sent them in. We love hearing from you and we love reading your stories. Keep those stories coming! We have two episodes left this summer. Find information on how to submit your story below the episode.
The new stories are short, so it’s a quick and breezy episode today. Our Youth Services staff were not able to get together this week to record, so this episode comes to you just from the voice of Miss Vanessa (who apologizes for all the “um”s). We hope you enjoy!
Tonight’s podcast episode features:
- The Fish and the Shark written by Olivia, age 6
- The Great Guitar Race written by Luke, age 14
- Sweet Old Sadie written by Joyce (age unknown)
Imagine Your Story Read by Your Librarians podcast, episode 3
Do you like to write? Would you like for us to read your story, as theatrically as possible, in a future episode? Send it to us!
Submissions should be short stories and can be about anything you choose. Please refrain from offensive language and subject material. It’s a family show! Children are particularly encouraged to submit their stories, but we will accept stories from patrons of any age. Have fun and get creative!
Submit your stories to Vanessa Nelson, Head of Youth Services, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the subject line “Imagine Your Story Submission.” If you would like us to share who wrote the story, please include your first name and age (both optional). Writers may also be interviewed during the podcast about their stories. If you are interested in being interviewed, please also include a phone number where we can reach you.
Join us for our next episode:
Wednesday, July 29 at 6:30 pm
The Summer Learning Program is sponsored by the Friends of Huntingdon Valley Library, Lee’s Hoagie House of Southampton, The Men & Boys Store, and Sushiman.