BLACKTOWN Council's popular program that teaches toddlers how to read and talk are now available through online videos.
Baby Rhyme Time has been held weekly at the city's libraries.
Young parents can join in the fun without leaving home and can even host their own sessions with friends or a playgroup.
Baby Rhyme Time is an interactive, early literacy program for children from birth to two years of age that encourages talking, singing, rhyming and reading.
It is available online thanks to to efforts of a crew from Louder Than Words who worked with the libraries and regular attendees earlier this year, filming various sessions.
A special launch event was held at the Max Webber Library function room, Blacktown, on October 14.
As part of the event, children's author Jeannette Rowe launched her new book Whose Bottom? .
It's part of Ms Rowe's bestselling Whose? series loved by children around the world.
"It is for toddlers fascinated with animals and is a flip-the-flap book that will have preschoolers giggling as they lift the flaps to reveal animals behind them," she said.
The free online videos, available at www.libraries.blacktown.nsw.gov
.au, are 30 minutes long.
Individual song files will be available to assist with learning songs and rhymes.
A total of 11 videos are available.
Details: 9839 6677.