If your little girl loves Disney Princesses, she’s going to adore this bedtime story! Paige O’Hara, the voice actress for Princess Belle in Beauty and the Beast, was recently recorded reading the Belle tale that is featured in Disney Princess: My First Bedtime Storybook.
More than just a provincial story. 🌹 #DisneyLegend and voice of Belle, Paige O’Hara, reads a royal tale from “Disney Princess My First Bedtime Story.”
Posted by Disney Movie Insiders on Sunday, April 5, 2020
O’Hara shares the classic story of Beauty and the Beast from Disney’s 1991 animated film. It has been written in a way that is simple for small children to understand and has beautiful illustrations. Paige O’Hara reading Beauty and the Beast for children is a sweet way to share this Disney bedtime book!
The book, designed for toddler princesses, features six Disney Princess stories. In addition to Belle, there are tales about Ariel, Rapunzel, Cinderella, Snow White, and Jasmine. In the My First Disney anthologies, iconic Disney fairy tales are beautifully brought to life for the tiniest members of your family.
If you’re looking for the perfect Disney storybook for the little girl in your life, this collection is perfect. She’s sure to want to read the beloved Princesses’ adventures over and over again!
Interested in more celebrity children’s stories?
Princess Belle’s voice actress is just one of many celebrities to read children’s stories lately. Some, like Josh Gad (the voice of Olaf in Frozen) and Disney-lover John Stamos are simply trying to bring smiles to kids’ faces during these challenging times.
Others, like Marvel’s Captain America actor, Chris Evans, and former Disney starlet, Hilary Duff, are working to bring awareness to social issues like nationwide school closures.
In addition to these individual online children’s story videos, the original Mary Poppins, Julie Andrews, has announced that she and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, will be launching a podcast entitled Julie’s Library. The family-friendly podcast will showcase various children’s books, presumably including Hamilton’s own A Very Fairy Princess series.