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By Philippa Rae, Stéphanie Röhr. 2012
"Late last night I lay in bed and found I couldn't sleep. So I scrunched my eyes up tightly and…counted woolly sheep." In this amusing bedtime story, a little girl decides she must count sheep in order to fall asleep. Starting at ten, her sheep begin to suffer humorous mishaps as she happily drifts into dreamland. Each number illustrates sheep flying off in different directions, unable to control their skateboards, the slippery floor, or their crazy dance moves. Children will laugh and learn in this combination bedtime and counting book. The sing-songy verse and bright, whimsical illustrations provide a visual counting aid, as well as entertainment in the moments before bedtime. Count the Sheep to Sleep is sure to help children fall asleep to their own leaping sheep, transforming bedtime from a struggle into a fluffy white parade!
By Katia Wish, Siri Reuterstrand. 2012
Ellis is sleeping away from home for the first time! It is dark and smells funny at Grandpa's house, and…what is that strange sound? Ellis has to be brave, though, for his stuffed monkey, Ballowits. It can be difficult sleeping away from home, but Ellis learns not to be frightened by his imagination and that sleepovers can be fun! A companion to Ellis Goes to the Doctor, this book teaches children to be brave during a new experience. The illustrations of Ellis and his stuffed monkey bring out the emotions present in all children when they are frightened, and make it easy for kids to relate with Ellis's apprehensions. When parents need to go away for a night, this book will help children learn that even though it may seem scary, everything will be all right.
By Racehorse For Readers. 2018
Racehorse for Young Reader?s Children?s Classic Collections is a new series that offers readers timeless compilations of children?s literature. Handsomely…packaged and affordable, this new series aims to revitalize these enchanting works and continue the tradition of sharing them with the next generation. Highlighting the work of Golden Age Dutch illustrator Rie Cramer, this beautiful new edition of Grimm?s Fairy Tales is the perfect gift for any fan of children?s classics. This fantastic collection includes some of the most popular tales ever told, such as: Rapunzel Hansel and Gretel Snow White Rumplestiltskin And Many More! Whether you?re a collector or just want to share these incredible tales with the young readers in your life, this book will provide readers with countless hours of unforgettable stories and artwork.
By Trudi Granger, Gareth Llewhellin. 2015
Whether you're at the beach or hiding inside on a rainy day; whether you're having tea with a friend or…reading a book by yourself; whether you're happy and bouncing or grumpy or sick, it's always nice to have an always there bear. He can play with you, cuddle you, and snuggle you to sleep. He likes birthdays and trampolines and sand castles and puddles. It doesn't matter if you're tired or sulky or shy or scared-you'll never be lonely with your bear by your side. He will keep you company, he will cheer you on, and he will even make you feel braver. He always understands you, and most importantly, he promises to love you, forever and always, no matter what.This is a quiet, gentle, soothing book, wonderful for comforting little ones or preparing them for peaceful sleep. It's a reassuring and heartwarming story of unconditional love and companionship throughout experiences of all kinds. Gareth Llewhellin's sweet illustrations complement the text, and Trudi Granger's beautifully written story works magic with its simplicity. For anyone who loved The Quiet Book, Always There Bear is just as special and just as perfect for quiet moments and trouble-free bedtimes.
By Lisa Maggiore, Ross Felten. 2015
Don’t underestimate Ava just because she’s "cute” and wears "adorable glasses”--she’s really a fierce monster slayer. And when her beloved…Piggy is left in the dryer in the basement, Ava knows she’ll have to face the ferocious monsters lurking in the dark if she wants to rescue her favorite stuffed animal. So she puts on her brother’s superhero cape, grips his sword tight, puts on her pink rain boots and sparkly princess crown, and creeps downstairs. Not even the roar of the greenest and hairiest monster is going to stop this spunky girl. Even though she’s scared and the monsters smell terrible, Ava is determined to rescue Piggy. Ross Feltan’s brisk, sketch-like illustrations help bring energy and humor to this story of bravery and loyalty. Young readers will relate to Ava’s mission and delight in her victory over the monsters. Ava the Monster Slayer is sure to appeal to children worried about monsters in their own homes and kids devoted to their own stuffed animals.
By A. P. Hernández. 2022
Martin veut un téléphone portable. Tous ses camarades de classe en ont un, ainsi que tous ses professeurs et même…ses parents. Alors pourquoi n'aurait-il pas le droit d'avoir un téléphone lui aussi ? Martin prend une décision : il doit convaincre ses parents de lui en acheter un. Et c'est ce qu'il fait. Finalement, Martin arrive à ses fins et obtient son premier téléphone. Mais Martin est loin d'imaginer que sa vie va changer radicalement... Un livre recommandé pour les enfants âgés de 8 à 9 ans. Grâce à cette histoire, les enfants pourront réfléchir à l'importance d'un usage modéré et responsable du téléphone portable.
By Celia Krampien, Kira Bigwood. 2021
Send little spies to sleep with this hilarious, tongue-in-cheek lullaby set to the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.Dear Fellow…Agents: Your mission—should you choose to accept it—is to join Secret, Secret Agent Guy on his bedtime assignment, code name: Operation Lollipop. Equipped with night-vision goggles, a jetpack, and grappling hook, he is prepared for every eventuality...or is he? Will this 007-year-old complete his covert quest, or will he be outsmarted by an adversary he never saw coming?
By Mick Inkpen. 2020
The perfect pastime for children and parents at home! Read by Dawn French. Cuddle up with eight classic Kipper stories…in one audio book, ideal for winding down and listening to together at bedtime.Includes the original Kipper story, that has been loved and shared by millions of families for over 25 years. Plus:Kipper's MonsterKipper's New PetKipper's Christmas EveKipper's A to ZKipper's BirthdayKipper's Snowy DayKipper's Toybox"You simply cannot fail to win smiles with a new book about Kipper." - Daily Mail"The charmingly comical Inkpen, as always, hits the spot." - Guardian(P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Limited
By Enid Blyton. 2018
Enter a world of imagination and enchantment at bedtime with this selection of timeless short stories by Enid Blyton. Get…ready for a magical journey... Set your imagination alight with this selection of more than 25 bedtime stories by a much-loved children's author. From pixie dressmakers to thundering giants, meet a host of magic and memorable characters along with some familiar friends in Moonface and Saucepan Man from The Magic Faraway Tree. This stunning treasury brings together some of Enid Blyton's most delightful stories for younger children, creating the perfect bedtime treat. Each story stands alone and will take you on a brand-new adventure. The tales collected in this treasury were first published in magazines and anthologies between 1920 and 1960 and have been adored by generations of children ever since. (P) 2018 Hodder Children's Books
By Amanda Noll. 2009
Scholastic Book Club Selection Alabama Camellia Award list, 2010-11, K-1 category A unique monster-under-the-bed story with the perfect balance of…giggles and shivers, this picture book relies on the power of humor over fear, appeals to a child's love for creatures both alarming and absurd, and glorifies the scope of a child's imagination. One night, when Ethan checks under his bed for his monster, Gabe, he finds a note from him instead: "Gone fishing. Back in a week." Ethan knows that without Gabe's familiar nightly scares he doesn't stand a chance of getting to sleep, so Ethan interviews potential substitutes to see if they've got the right equipment for the job—pointy teeth, sharp claws, and a long tail—but none of them proves scary enough for Ethan. When Gabe returns sooner than expected from his fishing trip, Ethan is thrilled. It turns out that Gabe didn't enjoy fishing because the fish scared too easily.
By Margriet Ruurs, Christine Wei. 2021
By Michelle Robinson. 2015
Getting ready for bedtime has never been so much fun! Easy, gentle rhymes sail through this pirate story - with…a goodnight twist. Follow along in this bedtime book perfect for high seas adventure-loving kids as you say "night night" to everything from parrots and spyglasses to the crow's nest as you settle in for rest. No need for a treasure map to know that bed marks the spot for enjoying this cozy pirate story.This bedtime book is perfect for big boat fans, Titanic enthusiasts, and all treasure hunting adventurers looking to set sail off into dreamland.Best gift book idea for:Boys and girls who love ocean adventures and pirates.Kids aged 1 – 4 years old.Calming rhyme perfect for bedtime relaxation routines and family read alouds.Fun, engaging art that's sure to make it a storytime favorite. Goodnight parrot, Goodnight hook.Goodnight spyglass. Goodnight book.Goodnight mainsail and crow's-nest...Goodnight Pirate,time to rest.
By Michelle Robinson. 2015
Getting ready for bedtime has never been so much fun! Easy, gentle rhymes lead the way through this book of…things that go — with a goodnight twist. Follow along in this bedtime book perfect for truck-loving kids as you say "night night" to all the toy trucks around the room. Can your construction site enthusiast spot each toy car as you go?This bedtime book is perfect for transportation fans and construction equipment enthusiasts. The best addition to bedtime stories for fans of Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site and Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night?Best gift book idea for:Best gift book idea for boys who loves all types of monster trucks and construction sites.Calming rhyme perfect for bedtime relaxation routines and read aloud.Cute, engaging art sure to make it a storytime favorite.Goodnight fire truck. Goodnight plane.Goodnight dump truck. Goodnight train.Goodnight bus, and even bigger,best of all, say...Goodnight Digger!
By Michelle Robinson. 2015
Getting ready for bedtime has never been so much fun! Sweet, enchanting rhymes whisk readers through this magical princess storybook—with…a goodnight twist. Follow along in this bedtime book perfect for princess-loving kids as you say "night night" to everything from the throne and crown, to a horse-drawn carriage and castle. Can your royalty enthusiast spot each item as you go?This bedtime book is perfect for Disney princess fans and any little reader looking for an enchanted tale as they drift away to dreamland.Best gift book idea for:Boys and girls who love pink, princesses, and a royal good time.Toddlers and kids who enjoy fancy dresses and fairytale magic.Kids aged 1 – 4 years old.Calming rhyme perfect for bedtime relaxation routines and family read alouds.Cute, colorful art that's sure to make it a storytime favorite. Goodnight necklace. Goodnight crown.Goodnight slippers. Goodnight gown.Goodnight throne, and goodnight dress.Time for bed...Goodnight Princess!
By Stephen Cosgrove, Robin James. 2009
Deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest lives a red-nosed creature named the Wheedle. Wheedle has to flee the…forests, and then the mountains, to try to find peace and quiet. Finally he gets to the very tip-top of Seattle's Space Needle, and finds contentment. For grades K-3
By Mo Willems. 2006
It's getting dark out, but one stubborn Pigeon is NOT going to bed! Toddlers and parents will love this interactive…bedtime romp which puts readers back in the driver's seat, deflecting Pigeon's sly trickery as he tries to escape his inevitable bedtime. Will you let him stay up late? For preschool-grade 2
By Laurie Faria Stolarz. 2005
Stacey tries to enjoy her summer on the beach after the events of White is for Magic, but soon discovers…more troubles with new girl Clara and continuing nightmares. Some violence and some strong language. For junior and senior high
By Yasmine Surovec. 2014
By David Parkins, Julie Markes. 2005
By Steve Sandler, Rob Cunningham. 2008
Uncle Rob, once an active restauranteur, has been disabled by Parkinson's Disease, yet continues to live a full life and…now paints full time. His story through the eyes of his nephew. For grades K-3