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Most of the stories I read to you will have nothing too exciting because I want you to be able to relax so i can read you to sleep. Finding sleep is often difficult. This is especially true when there is a lot going on and our minds take off on tangents when we lay down. Bedtime stories are good for people of all ages. I have found that listening to someone else speak is a great way to calm and redirect my mind to provide relaxation and sleep. In this podcast I will be reading to you to help ...
 
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I'm reading to you from "The Four-Masted Cat-Boat and Other Truthful Tales" by Charles Battell Loomis. "The Father of Santa Claus" is about an author's manuscript; not, as you may think, Santa's father. Please enjoy listening.
 
Tonight I'm going to be reading to you from "In the Open: Intimate Studies and Appreciations of Nature" by Stanton Davis Kirkham. "The Point of View" grabbed my attention in the first sentence: "Nature is in herself a perpetual invitation".
 
A fun little comparison about the sound of spring bells from a city boy versus a country boys point of view. I'm reading to you from "The Four-Masted Cat-Boat and Other Truthful Tales" by Charles Battell Loomis.
 
Tonight I am reading to you from "The Literary Shop, and Other Tales" by James L. Ford. I hope you enjoy listening to "The Sober, Industrious Poet, and how he Fared at Easter-Time"
 
This evening I'm reading you a funny little story from "The Wit and Humor of America" edited by Marshall P. Wilder, Volume X. I hope you enjoy listening to "Araminta and the Automobile" and that you sleep well tonight.
 
To help you sleep tonight I'm going to read to you from Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906 by L. M. Montgomery. Please enjoy listening to "When Jack and Jill Took a Hand"
 
It's Black History Month and Lincoln's birthday. I'm going to read to you from "Speeches and Letters of Abraham Lincoln, 1832 to 1865". These "Fragments" demonstrate his opposition to slavery.
 
To help you sleep tonight I will be reading you two very short stories from "Stories and Sketches" by Harriet S. Caswell. Both are rather gloomy, related to death, but as I read to you I'm looking out to a blinding snowstorm myself. Please enjoy listening to "The Snow Storm" and "The Weary at Rest" and have a peaceful evening.…
 
This evening I'll be reading to you from "The Crimson Fairy Book" by various authors and edited by Andrew Lang. I hope you enjoying listening to "How To Find Out A True Friend" and that you sleep well tonight.
 
To try and help you sleep tonight I'm going to read you a story which begins in January and follows the calendar around to January. I hope you enjoy "The Story of the Year" by Hans Christian Andersen.
 
To help you sleep tonight and in celebration of the New Year, I will be reading to you two short stories. I hope you enjoy "The New Year" by Harriet S. Caswell. And "The Fairy's New Year Gift" by Emilie Poulsson.
 
During 2021 I'm planning to read to you at least twice a week. 🗣To contact me, just go toAnchor.fm/DianeReads And hit the +Message link. I look forward to Season 2 with you. https://anchor.fm/dianereads/message
 
Tonight I'm reading two short stories from "Dear Santa Claus" copyright 1901 by W.B. Conkey Company publishers. They are not about Christmas and wanted to finish this book. I hope you enjoy them, sleep well.
 
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