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To quote everyone’s favorite animated aardvark, Arthur, “Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card.”
I might be dating myself a bit, but I remember making weekly trips to my local library. My favorite part about visiting the library was the weekly storytelling that took place every Saturday. Each week, one of the librarians read a selection from the seemingly endless supply of children’s literary classics. To make their readings more interesting and enjoyable for the kids, they tried their best at creating wacky voices for each character.
I have a hunch that this enthusiastic dad was a librarian in a past life. While reading “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” to his daughter, he perfectly executed voices for every character while simultaneously sending his little girl into fits of laughter. This is fatherhood at its finest!
I dare you not to laugh at this awesome take on storytelling.
They say laughter is the best medicine, so if you’re feeling down, I suggest you put this video on a loop. You’re welcome, world.