The former first lady's storytimes with PBS Kids streamed every Monday at 12 p.m. EST from April 20 to May 11. The last storytime streamed this past Monday. For the series, Michelle read The Gruffalo, There's a Dragon in Your Book, Miss Maple's Seeds, and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
The Obamas aren't the only celebrities doing online storytimes to give parents a break and give kids something to do during these difficult times. Celebs like Kristen Bell, Rashida Jones, Bradley Whitford, Sarah Silverman, and Haylie Duff can all be heard reading children's classics and some more obscure titles on the website Storyline Online.
LAist put together a list of celebrities who have been hosting online storytimes, including Dolly Parton reading bedtime stories, LeVar Burton reading selections from his podcast twice a week, and Patrick Stewart reading a sonnet a day on Twitter. The publication also mentioned the Save With Stories project by Save The Children, which Amy Adams, Jennifer Gardner, Glenn Close, Jamie Lee-Curtis, Robin Wright, and B.J. Novak are participating in.