Australian comedian Lawrence Leung reads Hairy Maclary and Zachary Quack by Lynley Dodd to the Play School toys on the Story Time couch.
Bookaboo has been running around searching for someone to share a book with him until, out of the dark appears actor Robson Green carrying the Bookabag and inside is Class Two at the Zoo by Julia Jarman.
ABC News presenter Kumi Taguchi swaps the news desk for the Story Time couch to read Jackie French and illustrator Bruce Whatley's beloved story about Pamela the cow, Too Many Pears.
Benny liked burgers. Benny loved burgers. Burgers were the only food that Benny would eat. "You'll turn into a burger one day," his mum warned. And one day, Benny did.
Snuggle up with Big Ted and the gang as Story Time returns with another collection of loved stories read by an exciting array of storytellers, including Jack Charles, Emma Alberici, Casey Donovan and Kumi Taguchi.
Hairy toes are probably something presenter Julian Clary is unfamiliar with, but that doesn't stop him carrying a copy of The Hairy Toe illustrated by Daniel Postgate if it means he can help his friend to get his bojo back.
Story Time is a show made especially for preschoolers and each episode features a different story teller with help from Teddy Bear called Tall Ted. Every show ends with a craft activity that parents can attain from the www.tallted.com web site so that they can interact with their children and relive the Story Time experience.
This funny version of Little Red Riding Hood is retold from a fresh perspective - the Wolf's.
Karen Pang joins her friends on the Story Time couch to share a delightful and entertaining peek into the life of one very busy wombat! Don't miss Jackie French and illustrator Bruce Whatley's "Diary Of A Wombat".
Alesha Dixon has come to dance the night away to Bookaboo's music - however the stage is empty! Alesha finds Bookaboo and before he knows it she has the Bookabag and More Pants - By Giles Andreae.
Join Australian women's rugby sevens star, Ellia Green, and Play School's Joey as they read a story about dreams, believing in yourself and a dancing kangaroo. Tune in for Josephine Wants to Dance.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it's Race Night Live and that means it's time for the race you've all been waiting for - Tortoise versus Hare, The Rematch.
Snuggle up with Fiona Choi and the Play School toys to hear the heartwarming story of a big journey through the snow for a little wombat. Don't miss The Snow Wombat by Susannah Chambers, and illustrated by Mark Jackson.
Bear doesn't like visitors. He even has a sign to warn them off. So when a small, grey, bright-eyed mouse appears on his doorstep while he's making breakfast, he is furious!
Join the 2017 Gold Logie winner Samuel Johnson and Play School's Humpty Dumpty as they read the heartwarming tale of 'Snail and Turtle Rainy Days' by Stephen Michael King.
Bookaboo is struggling to perform his famous drum routine, but Children's Laureate Michael Rosen is on hand to help out. Michael picks out one of his favourite books, The Night Pirates by Peter Harris.
Join the fun as Adam Liaw and the Play School toys read the classic tale of The Little Red Hen and The Grains of Wheat by author LR Hen and illustrator Jago.
"Grill Pan Eddy" is an irrepressible, noisy and unwanted addition to the household, and a hilarious battle of wits ensues as the family tries to get rid of him!
Join the fun as Osamah Sami and the Play School toys read the classic tale of We're Going on a Bear Hunt by author Michael Rosen.
Bookaboo is at the centre of a rock 'n' roll scandal. He is caught red-pawed by the paparazzi. The arrival of impossibly cool model and actress Tamsin Egerton helps as she reads Dogs Don't Do Ballet by Anna Kemp.
Australian actor Marta Dusseldorp reads Hello Little Babies by Alison Lester to the Play School toys on the Story Time couch.
Bookaboo meets his biggest fan and discovers that while imitation might be a form of flattery it can still be scary. Fortunately Bernard Cribbins is there to read The Bears in the Bed and the Great Big Storm by Paul Bright.
A delightful new Play School series featuring some of Australia's most loved celebrities as they snuggle up on the Story Time couch and read entertaining picture books written by Australian authors.
Bookaboo imagines he's in space - floating amidst unidentified flying objects. Brought down to earth with a bump, he is joined by the Canadian astronaut, Julie Payette, who reads him Aliens Love Underpants.
Read Thank You for Looking After Our Pets By Tim Hopgood with Emma in this episode of Play School.
Read The Girl Who Loved Wellies by Zehra Hicks with Play School.
Read The Frog Who Didn't Laugh by Cecilia Egan and Elizabeth Alger with Luke and find out why?
Book reading from Play School
Play School's dashing Andrew McFarlane reads the children's book Butterfly, Butterfly.
Andrew reads Mr Gumpy's Motor Car by John Birmingham.
Emma reads Lynley Dodd's Nickle Nackle Tree, counting the different birds in the branches.
A read aloud of The Rabbit Belongs To Emily Brown who won't trade her stuffed bunny, Stanley, for anything.
While hunting for a kangaroo the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.
One fresh misty morning a young Aboriginal boy went running through the bush. He kicked his big toe on a rock. But this was no ordinary rock!
Justine reads the story Piglet and Granny written by Margaret Wild.
Zaib Shaikh shares the book Whiffy Wilson, the Wolf Who Wouldn't Wash by Caryl Hart with Bookaboo
Rhys from Play School reads a book about problem solving, involving a mouse and an apple.
A read aloud of Norma Snows about a girl with a long nose who has many talents.
A read aloud of Walter and the NoNeedToWorry Suit about Walter the worrier who learns to let his friends help him.
A read aloud of Mum And Dad Glue about a boy who tries to find glue to mend his parents' marriage.
A read aloud of Burger Boy about a boy named Ben who eats so many burgers he turns into one.
A read aloud of The Spider And The Fly about a spider who wants a meal and tries to trick the fly into becoming dinner.
A read aloud of The Busy Beaver about a careless beaver that learns the hard way how his actions affect others.
A read aloud of Leave Me Alone about a boy who learns how his friends can help him stand up to a bully.
A read aloud of Class Two At The Zoo about a class that visits the zoo and learns a lesson after encountering an anaconda.
A read aloud of A Visitor For Bear about a grumpy bear who decides visitors aren't so bad after all.
A read aloud of My ThinkAMaJink about a boy who learns how to use his imagination.
A read aloud of Larf about a sasquatch who thinks he's the only one like him in the world until he hears about another one coming to town.
A read aloud of The Great Sheep Shenanigans about a wolf that learns a lesson when he tries to trick the sheep.
A read aloud of Ping And Pong Are Best Friends (Mostly) about two friends who love the same things, but one does everything better than the other.
A read aloud of Stanley's Party about a dog that tests his limits when his owners leave the house.
A read aloud of Toads On Toast about a fox that has a taste for toads but learns to try other foods.
Bookaboo, the rock puppy, needs a book a day or he just can't play. He is joined by brilliant Canadian film and TV actress Melinda Shankar who reads him A Bedtime for Bear.
Bookaboo plays the drums in his own rock band. Each program sees him at a different venue ready to play a concert - but there's a problem - he needs to hear a story before he can play.
Bookaboo, the rock puppy, needs a book a day or he just can't play, he is joined by American actress Amy Jo Johnson who reads him The Talent Show.
Bookaboo, the rock puppy, needs a book a day or he just can't play, he is joined by the Canadian actor, Adam Beach, who reads him The Great Snortle Hunt.
Musician Kym Marsh has always dreamed of performing on stage with her Popstar pal Bookaboo but when she arrives Bookaboo is nowhere to be seen. When she finds out he's hiding in the Bookabus Kym knows exactly what to do!
David Seaman waits for the concert to start, but Bookaboo is missing! Armed with his favourite story book, Whatever by William Bee, he uses all his skills to tackle the problem of getting Bookaboo on stage.
Finding out Bookaboo has lost his bojo, Meat Loaf jumps into action like a bat out of hell and brings out the Bookabag and The Lamb Who Came for Dinner by Steve Smallman and Joelle Dreidemy. Can Meat Loaf help Bookaboo?
Al Murray is waiting for Bookaboo to get on stage however no-one is there. This is not a problem for Al, as he has brought the Bookabag with Pooh!
Bookaboo, the rock puppy, needs a book a day or he just can't play. He is joined by Canadian rock star and actor Hugh Dillon who reads him Cookiebot! A Harry and Horsie Adventure.
Fern Britton gives Bookaboo an early wake-up call when she arrives to interview the famous rock puppy, only to find he's lost his bojo. Luckily the Bookabag appears with a copy of A Mummy For Owen by Marion Dane Bauer.
Wolf's last rotten tooth is throbbing and he longs to eat something other than soup. So he comes up with a cunning plan and with his brand-new teeth goes in search of supper.
Jack loves getting prizes and cups of all sizes, but if there's one thing he hates - it's being kissed. And with an army of aunts and uncles, there's no getting away from it.
Ben Shephard is a huge fan and is desperate to see one of Bookaboo's incredible live performances! Seeing he needs some encouragement Ben knows that reading Splat The Cat by Rob Scotton always gets his bojo.
Stinky is a beautiful baby warthog who just wants to play. But he's very smelly, and every time he tries to make friends, the tickly, buzzy flies cause absolute havoc.
Australian actor Jack Charles reads the story Go Home Cheeky Animals by Johanna Bell and Dion Beasley on the story time couch.
Jimmy Giggle and Hoot join the Play School toys to read Owl Babies, by Martin Waddell and illustrated by Patrick Benson. Three baby owls wake in the night to find their mum gone! Will she come back soon?
Join comedian Rove McManus and Play School's Little Ted as they read a story about a cheeky pug dog in Pig the Winner by Aaron Blabey. What mischief will Pig the Pug get up to next?
Snuggle up with Emma Wiggle on the Story Time couch as she reads the quacking classic picture book Ducks Away! by Mem Fox and Judy Horacek alongside Play School's Little Ted.
ABC's 7.30 host Leigh Sales takes to the Story Time couch with Play School's Jemima to read an epic tale about the first chook in space. Hear all about Zelda's Big Adventure, by Marie Alafaci and illustrated by Shane McG.
Play School presenter reads Grandma, the Baby and Me by Emma Allen and illustrated by Hannah Sommerville.
Legendary AFL footballer Adam Goodes is joined by Slush in the Play School story chair for 'Counting Aussie Animals'.
Have you seen bear? Help writer/actor Nakkiah Lui and Play School's Big Ted find 'Bear' in Jonathan Bentley's adventurous and endearing picture book Where Is Bear?
In this episode, Emma Wiggle is joined by Play School's Joey. Join the fun as they read Wombat Big, Puggle Small by Renee Treml - a book of opposites, playful rhymes and stunning illustrations.
Don't miss Casey Donovan on Story Time as she reads The Rabbit-Hole Golf Course by Ella Mulvey, illustrated by Karen Briggs. A warm and funny story about a unique Australian experience.
Tune in as Grant Denyer and his six-year-old daughter, Sailor, read the perfect bedtime story Goodnight, Mice! by Frances Watts and Judy Watson.
Snuggle up with Debra Lawrance on the Story Time couch as she reads Charlote Voake's Ginger an affectionate account of pet rivalry.
Don't miss Paralympic gold medallist and tennis player Dylan Alcott as he reads Nick Bland's The Very Itchy Bear, alongside Big Ted, Maurice and Little Ted.
Roar with laughter as Faustina Agolley reads the hilarious Why Can't I Be a Dinosaur? by Kylie Westaway and illustrator Tom Jellett.
Nicholas from play school reads about Maisy's shopping trip during story time
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