Sleepy Reads: Bedtime Stories for Little Ones
Bedtime – sshhhh, or should I shout it out gleefully – BEDTIME! That long-awaited break at the end of every child-filled day. Little One has asked her final “I want to know everything” question and is rubbing her eyes. Jammies are on, teeth are brushed, stuffed toy is tucked in next to her under the blanket. It’s now time to curl up together to read a bedtime story, or two, or three. What to read tonight? Let’s choose from the top of the library pile.
Our favourite – we’ve almost got it memorized. Don’t miss wishing the moon, and everything in the great green room, good night.
Lala also wants to wish everything good night – the fish, the ants, a rock, and finally, her book. For a pleasant surprise, read this book after reading Good Night Moon.
This little llama certainly knows how to get mama's attention before bed.
If your Little One is like these dinosaurs, there will be no pouting, stomping, or crying before bed – imagine!
This pigeon is NOT TIRED. This pigeon wants a drink of water. This pigeon wants a bedtime chat. Does this sound familiar?
In the Napping House, there's a cozy bed, a dozing dog, a slumbering mouse, and best of all ... a dreaming child.
Sshhhh, everyone’s finally asleep – Little One, the llama, the dinosaurs – even the pigeon.
It’s grown-up time! Maybe a half hour to read a grown-up book (what was that book that everyone is reading?). Time to catch up on grown-up life, watch the news, sip a tea. Time to … lie down. So tired. Time to dream of … sleeping llamas and snoring dinosaurs. Another night, put to sleep, reading children’s books. Sweet dreams.