We've crisscrossed the country for over 30 doing what we love most; gathering at libraries with kids and families to share the joy of reading, books, and stories.  To those who know us well, and to those we have not yet met, we'd be delighted to bring our programs to your community this year.

As we all start planning for late 2021- 2022 we look forward to working with libraries to offer in- person storytelling when it's safe, and online experiences when that is more prudent. 


In-person performances will always be our preference, but we've been delighted to discover that we can still reach across the screen, continue our tradition of participatory telling, and host storytelling experiences online where everyone feels welcome and included.

We can plan with you tentatively for in-person performances and workshops with the understanding that these programs may need to be rescheduled or offered online depending on how the Covid situation continues to unfold.


Click here to learn about our CSLP and IRead programs for 2022 as well as some of our perennial offerings.

We are often able and pleased to accommodate requests for other theme specific programs if you can book with enough lead time for us to prepare a customized program.

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With permission- Palm Beach County Library System

A recent testimonial for an online system-wide program

"Liz's marvelous storytelling was the perfect way for our library system to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. We were thrilled to host not one, but two virtual events featuring her bilingual tales. With warmth and joy and superb artistry, Liz takes everyone on a delightful, multicultural journey that inspires connection and community."  Seung Hee Kang-Youth Services Librarian,Pierce County Washington Library System


This testimonial speaks to what we aim for!

"Liz and Bob enthralled a packed room of preschoolers, school age kids, parents, and teachers and kept all ages entertained at once – an amazing feat.  Their delightful combination of fun personalities, participatory folktales and foot stomping music  culminated with the audience becoming the band!  One of our all time favorite programs!”  (Lincoln MA Public Library)