Tony Hale Reads “Forky in Craft Buddy Day” on Disney’s YouTube Channel

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. Tony Hale joins the fun today, appropriately reading Forky in Craft Buddy Day.

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What’s happening:

  • 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, Tony Hale reads Forky in Craft Buddy Day. Check it out below: 

More Tony Hale:

  • As he mentions in the above clip, Forky borrowed Hale’s voice for Toy Story 4! Parents of inquisitive children will want to check out the shorts series, Forky Asks a Question where the spork-turned-toy inquires about all sorts of real world things.
  • Hale is likely most recognized playing the youngest son of the Bluth clan, Buster, in the Fox TV series Arrested Development. 

More Disney books for kids, and tweens:

  • Hang with Jeff Goldblum and his sons as they read a Pinocchio story from 365 Bedtime Stories.
  • 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.
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