Welcome to "Storytime with Joel Hunter"

Where Adventure Is Only At The Turn Of A Page!

"The more that you read, the more things you will know.                                     
        The more that you learn, the more places you'll go."

-Dr. Suess, "I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!"        

  A picture of the Poky Little Puppy from the Season 7 episode, "The Little Golden Books Special", which was among three books read to not only commemorate the series' 75th Anniversary, but as the show's 200th episode!

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About the Program

"Storytime with Joel Hunter" is a program in which classic, popular, and personal favorite childrens' books and stories are read by me, the host, Joel Hunter.
There were many books that I enjoyed when I was younger (and still do today), and I wanted to share those stories to this up-and-coming generation.
And I also wanted something that would help me build a resume, so that I could pursue a career in Voice-Acting (and speaking of which, click here to visit my VO website, http://www.manyvoicesofjoel.com/?temp-new-window-replacement=true
And so, after some consideration and some talks with my local TV station, Pocatello Community Media (you can see the link to their website in the "Acknowledgements" section), a way had been created to share these stories to this generation.
And thus, "Storytime with Joel Hunter" was born.
With my lively retelling of classic books by many renowned childrens' authors (Beatrix Potter, A.A. Milne, Rudyard Kipling, and Robert McCloskey, to name a few), and with over 200 episodes to date (spanning over 7 years), this show continues to entertain the young and the young-at-heart, and will continue to do so until the final page has been read.
If you want to find out more about how this show came
about, please select the link below to read an article
I wrote for the show in the September/October 2014
 Edition of the Pocatello Magazine,

"Storytime with Joel Hunter" can be seen on Pocatello Community Media's channel Mondays at 3pm and Thursdays at 7:30pm, and you can also view the episodes online (please go to the "Episode Guide" section of this website for more info).

*I would also like to make it known that this show is
non-profit and copyright infringement was not intended.
It is made for pure entertainment purposes only.


Answers to last week's trivia have been posted on the Fun & Games page,
along with this week's new trivia!
Check 'em out!


Season 7, Episode 10 - "The Railway Series, Part 1 - Gordon the Big Engine"


In this section, I would like to thank those who have helped make this show what it is today. For without their dedication and support,
this show would probably still be an idea and would never have seen the light of day.
First, I would like to thank the local Public-Access Television Station, Pocatello Community Media (formerly Pocatello Vision 12;
click here to visit their website, http://www.pocatello.us/vs/?temp-new-window-replacement=true
), for allowing me to do this show with them and for their expertise in programming and editing.
Secondly, I would like to thank the Hawk family for a number of things: providing part of the stage audience, being supportive of the show in its early years, and coming up with some ideas for it (such as what I should read next with insightful, and often hilarious, suggestions!).
Thirdly, I would like to thank the Hunter family, my family, who were the driving force (as well as some of the stage audience) behind the show's creation. For without them, I probably wouldn't have had a show at all, and it is to them that I dedicate this show to. Thanks, guys.
And lastly, but certainly not least, I would like to thank you, the audience, and to those of you who came up to me and voiced their comments about the show (some of which can be seen in the "Comments & Suggestions" page).
Again, thanks to everyone. It means a lot to me. So until you see me next time on my show or visit this website...

...Keep Reading!   ;)         --- Joel Hunter

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