ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A library in small-town Alaska is closed but keeping kids connected in even the most remote communities as they become further isolated during the coronavirus pandemic. A popular children’s story hour lives on thanks to a AM radio station whose broadcast can reach homes with often unreliable internet. A librarian from the Homer Public Library reads books to preschoolers through a partnership with station KBBI. The program shows how radio broadcasters have served far-flung Alaska communities for decades, chronicling their histories and cultures. It’s also one way the nation’s libraries are dealing with closures during the pandemic.