Some of the best features of Google Home are those that are just for fun, like playing the game program "I'm lucky", listen to the sounds of animals and ask for interesting information. Google is expanding in this repertoire with sound effects of stories for certain Disney stories. Parents in the US can activate the new feature saying "Hey Google, let's read along with Disney." The start device will then listen throughout and play the appropriate sound effects and music for the selected story, which can be selected from a library of 11 with more to come.

Google's Google Book Library includes some classics, as well as new titles related to the movie. Below you will find the complete list of small gold books (updated with new titles):

  • Mickey's Christmas Carol
  • The three pigs
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Cinderella
  • Coconut
  • Jack Jack Attack
  • Mickey Mouse and his spaceship
  • Moana
  • Toy Story 3
  • Peter Pan
  • Mickey Mouse goes shopping for Christmas
  • Now the star engineer
  • Aladdin
  • King lion
  • Mulan
  • Frozen

Google says that if you have to jump in the book, it will be recognized and will go ahead (ideal for skipping over the creepy section), and if you pause, it will only play environmental music. However, there are no other commands possible when the reading feature is performed. Also, because nobody wants the story to happen with your child to be registered and maintained in any way by a massive technology company, Google promises not to do so.

The feature works with Google Home, Google Home Mini and Google Home Max in the United States.