It’s Disney storytime at YouTube and everyone is invited! Disney has started a new series on the channel that will feature a friendly face from the Disney family reading their favorite stories. Jeff Goldblum joins the fun today, along with his sons, as they read a Pinocchio story from 365 Bedtime Stories.
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- With most of the United States stuck inside for a while, the official Disney YouTube channel is bringing a little storytime fun to fans.
- As part of today’s Storytime with… segment, Jeff Goldblum reads one short story about Pinocchio from 365 Bedtime Stories. Check it out below:
More Jeff Goldblum:
- Jeff explores what makes everyday things like sneakers, RVs, denim, and cosmetics so extraordinary in his National Geographic/Disney+ series, The World According to Jeff Goldblum.
- Speaking of Disney+, you can catch Goldblum displaying his unique brand of dry humor in the role of The Grandmaster in Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok
More Disney books for kids, and tweens:
- Disney Legend and voice of Mulan, Ming-Na Wen helped fans get over the Tuesday blues as she read A Place for Mulan.
- Take a break with Ashley Eckstein (and special guest Ahsoka Tano) and listen to The Galaxy Needs You.
- Calling all Spider-Man fans! Jason George read a Marvel short story about Peter Parker and Miles Morales.
- John Stamos joined the fun reading, A Kiss Goodnight by Disney Legends Floyd Norman and Richard Sherman.
- Officer Giggle McDimples herself, Ally Maki, read A New Purpose to audiences on Disney’s YouTube channel.
- Yvette Nicole Brown kicked off the Storytime With… series on March 24th with Elena and the Secret of Avalor.
- Older readers who love the world of Percy Jackson can dive into the new adventure Race to the Sun, part of the Rick Riordan Presents banner.
- There’s a new original Mulan story featuring characters from the upcoming live-action movie. Read Alex’s review of Mulan Before the Sword.
- And for those kids who like to make people laugh, Disney just released Onward: Ian & Barley’s Magical Book of jokes, Puns, and Gags.