As darkness falls parents everywhere try to get their children ready for sleep.
Bunny? Bunny! It's time to convince Bunny to get to bed, but somehow, bedtime keeps taking longer and longer. Let the kids take charge in this book make sure Bunny goes to sleep. Features funny full-color illustrations and simple text. Perfect for bedtime routines, beginning readers and toddlers.
To the frustration of his babysitter, Elmo postpones his bedtime by doing everything from checking under the bed for something scary to petting the cat.
Gabriel Jacoby can't get to sleep. In fact, he can't get anywhere at all, either in his Triumph Dolomite or his life. Everything around him, from his large collection of coffee-machines to his balding Bradford-born flatmate, is breaking down. Not that Gabriel is bothered; he's too busy being in love with his intensely happily married brother's wife. Which is why Gabriel chooses to waste all his time - because he knows that whatever else he might achieve, it won't be happiness. There's no way there, when you're in love with your brother's wife. Unless you remember your brother's wife has a sister...
A fun bedtime story featuring the animals of the North!
Meet Fred-a mischievous, playful, loving dog. It's time for Fred to go to bed . . . but Fred really, really doesn't want to! From hiding up in trees, to splashing in muddy puddles, to hiding behind bookshelves, Fred will do anything to avoid bedtime. He would even rather have a bath than go to bed . . . but all of this running couldn't possibly have possibly made Fred sleepy-could it? Bound to strike a chord with parents and children with their own bedtime distraction techniques, Yasmeen Ismail's hilarious text and cheerful, vivid illustrations will have every reader shouting by the very last page, "Time for Bed, Fred!"
As darkness falls parents get their children ready for sleep.
Like children everywhere, Miyuki's imagination peaks at bedtime, when she remembers all the things she has to do before she can possibly go to bed: she needs to water the vegetables, gather snails, and prepare for the arrival of the Dragonfly Queen. Her patient grandfather follows along on her adventures, gently encouraging her to go to sleep. In this beautiful story about family, nature, and love, young children and their parents find a welcome companion for their own bedtime journey.
Ten-time New York Times bestselling author and child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen teams up with artist Gail Yerrill to create a book that helps facilitate sleep. Time for Bed, Sleepyhead pairs whimsical illustrations with storytelling techniques to tire your child’s imagination in order to help them settle down at bedtime and fall asleep. Read aloud the story of little bear and his friends as they have a big day at the beach, then return home to eat dinner, take their baths, and head to bed, falling gently to sleep alongside your little one.
A child’s bed tells it like it is! Bed has something to say. Bed knows you do not like bedtime. And Bed gets it. But look … YOU are not so great, either … Bed is fed up. Bed’s patience is wearing thin. For years, Bed has put up with the kicking, the jumping and the storing of all manner of stinky items. But enough is enough. Now it’s time to consider Bed’s feelings … Hearing Bed’s side of the story just might get kids to want to go there!
It is bedtime but Spot doesn't feel tired. So he decides to forget about sleep and find some exciting things to do instead. The simple text and bright illustrations make these books ideal for shared reading.