Even though we have temporarily suspended in-Park programming, that’s not going to stop us from bringing some to you!
Klyde Warren Park and Interabang Books present the #StoryTimeChallenge!
Klyde Warren Park offers free programming year-round, including Story Time in our Reading and Games Room. The Park is open, but scheduled programs have been suspended—so we are teaming up with Interabang Books to bring Story Time to you!
Here’s how it works. Post a video of yourself reading a children’s book and use hashtags #StoryTimeChallenge and #KlydeWarrenPark. Challenge your friends to participate and let’s spread some joy around our community!
How to upload your own video
Record a video reading your favorite book or children’s book and name who you’re challenging next.
Upload to Instagram: To learn how to upload a video click here.
Cross share your post to Facebook, Twitter and any additional platforms you’d prefer.
Friends of Klyde Warren Park
Brandi's Foodie Diary, reading I Look Up To... Michelle Obama
Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers, reading Jack and the Beanstalk/Juan y los Frijoles Magicos, in Spanish
Sarah Bailey, Interabang Books, reading The Mixed-Up Chameleon
Jose Barea, Texas Rangers, reading Daddies are for Catching Fireflies
Jalen Brunson, Dallas Mavericks, reading Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Nancy Churnin, Award-winning writer of Picture Book biographies, reading her book The William Hoy Story: How a Deaf Baseball Player Changed the Game
Blake Comeau, Dallas Stars, and his daughters, reading Bread for the Ducks
Madison David, Dallasites101, reading Jamberry
Jason Dickinson, Dallas Stars, reading from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Justin Dowling, Dallas Stars, and his newborn baby girl, reading Good Night Texas
Fredricka Fonta, reading Where the Sidewalk Ends
Ryan Hollingshead, FC Dallas, and his kids, reading Llama Lama, Nighty-Night
Babe Laufenberg, Dallas Cowboys Radio Network, reading his son’s book All About Joe Willie
Nancy Lieberman, WNBA great, reading from her book Nancy Lieberman, Basketball’s Magic Lady
Jennifer Lindgren, CBS 11, reading I Love You to the Moon and Back
Emily Jones, Field Reporter Texas Rangers, reading her book A Place for Everyone
Sally McMullin, reading Sulwe
Christa Melia, Dallas Stars Player Relations, and her daughter, reading There’s a Wocket in My Pocket
Gina Miller, VP of Media and Communications at FC Dallas, and her daughter, reading Madeline
Eric Nadal, Texas Rangers Announcer, reading Knuckleball Ned
Mimi Nolan, Dallas Local Author, reading her book From A to Zzzz...A Ruthie & Mr. Big Babysitting Adventure
Nancy Perot, Founder of Interabang Books, reading Go, Dog. Go!
Carla Rosenberg, Lagardère, reading The Giving Tree
Pedrito Silva, Univision, reading ¡Danza del Corral!
Pencil on Paper Gallery, reading I Had a Favorite Dress
Dr. Kristal Smart, Director of Education at Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas, reading The Remember Balloons
Missy Sprouse, Sprouse and Neuhoff Photography, reading Cowpoke Clyde and Dirty Dawg
Francisco de la Torre, Dallas Mexican Consul, reading El niño que tocó las estrellas in Spanish
Jose Trevino, Texas Rangers, reading A Very Hungry Caterpillar
Marty Turco, Dallas Stars, and his son, reading Green Eggs and Ham
Abby Williams, Founder and CEO of United to Learn, reading Where the Sidewalk Ends
Michael Young, Texas Rangers, reading The Giving Tree
Klyde Warren Park Staff
Paul Hutzler, Manager of Event Operations, reading Where the Wild Things Are
Tricia Linderman, EVP of Phase 2, reading If You Give a Dog a Donut
Joy Matthews, Director of Programs, reading Charlie Goes to School
Jenny Ozee, Director of Donor Relations, and her daughter, reading Goodnight Lakewood
Kit Sawers, President, reading The Little Mouse, The Ripe Red Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear