Everyone loves a good story.
But stories are more loved if the listener has an active imagination.
This week at the LaFollette Public Library, storyteller Dianne Hackworth made the second summer reading session one to remember.
Hackworth, with her Autoharp in tow, illustrated with her instrument, voice and body several Appalachian tales.
She did not hold a book with pictures or read the words someone else had written, rather Hackworth told each story with vivid imagery and boisterous sounds.