Iowa grandma provides children’s stories to hundreds of fans on Facebook

An Ankeny grandmother is acquiring attention online for her virtual bedtime stories. Grandmother Bette goes through her preferred kids’s books, spread in her living-room with vibrant packed animals to establish the phase. She lastly chooses the best tale to check out to her fans during the night. However when Grandmother Bette begins reading, it’s more than her packed animals listening. Her stories reach nearly 400 fans on Facebook. Her granddaughter Haley captures every word of every story on her phone. But children and adults tune in every week. The 83-year-old, who loves to rock a green eye shadow, always gets into character. “Some of the people who lost a mom or their grandma would come and give me a hug, and they cried and cheered up for them too. I said, well I can help you, I’ll be happy to be a Grandma Bette for you,” Bette said. You can follow Grandmother Bette’s Facebook page, request a book you want her to read and be notified the second she begins reading the bedtime story.

An Ankeny grandma is gaining attention online for her virtual bedtime stories.

Grandma Bette goes through her favorite children’s books, scattered in her living room with colorful packed animals to set up the stage.

She finally picks the perfect tale to read to her fans at night. But when Grandma Bette starts reading, it’s more than her stuffed animals listening.

Her stories reach almost 400 fans on Facebook.

Her granddaughter Haley catches every word of every story on her phone. However kids and grownups tune in each week.

The 83-year-old, who enjoys to rock a green eye shadow, constantly enters into character.

“Some of the people who lost a mom or their grandma would come and give me a hug, and they cried and cheered up for them too. I said, well I can help you, I’ll be happy to be a Grandma Bette for you,” Bette stated.

You can follow Grandmother Bette’s Facebook page, demand a book you desire her to check out and be alerted the 2nd she begins checking out the bedtime story.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.