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City of Sydney Library: Auslan and English storytime online

Storytelling to enjoy at home.

Storytime is a fun session of storytelling for pre-schoolers. These videos presented in partnership with the Deaf Society are suitable for deaf and hearing children. New videos are added regularly below.

Auslan presenter Renee

Black Cat White Cat

This episode features Black Cat White Cat by Silvia Borando, published by Walker Books.


Aussie presenter Renee

How Do You Feel?

This episode features How Do You Feel? by Anthony Browne, published by Walker Books.


Auslan presenter Danni

Little Beauty

This episode features Little Beauty by Anthony Browne, published by Walker Books.


Auslan presenter Danni

Everyone

This episode features Everyone by Christopher Silas Neal, published by Walker Books.


Auslan presenter Dylan

Something for You

This episode features Something for You by Charlie Mylie, published by Macmillan Books.


Auslan presenter Gareth

Rainbow

This episode features Rainbow by Marion Dane Bauer published by Simon and Schuster.


Auslan presenter Dylan

I'm A Duck

This episode features I'm a Duck by Eve Bunting, published by Walker Books.


Auslan presenter Danni

Rabbit's Hide-and-seek

This episode features Rabbit's Hide-and-seek by Ruth Paul, published by Walker Books.


AUSLAN PRESENTER MELANIE

We're Going on a Bear Hunt

This episode features We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury and published by Walker Books.


Other storytime and rhymetime videos

A collection of storytime sessions for pre-schoolers and rhymetime for 0 to 2 year-olds are available in English and Mandarin. Presented by our librarians.

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