10 More Books for Bedtime
In this gentle good-night story, baby animals are going to sleep one by one, but the tiny human baby is the most special of all.
PICTURE BOOK Fleming, D.
The sounds of the farm animals create a lively beat that keep Farmer Sue, the chicks, sheep, and other farm animals awake.
PICTURE BOOK Craig, L.
Bear climbs a mountain to find out when the moon's birthday is so that he can buy the moon a birthday present.
PICTURE BOOK Asch, F.
In dialogue between a not-at-all sleepy child and understanding parents, a little girl decides “in a cocoon of sheets, a nest of blankets,” she is ready to sleep, warm and strong, just like a tiger.
PICTURE BOOK Logue, M.
Monica wants the moon to play with, so her Papa sets out to get it for her. It isn't easy to climb all the way up to the moon, but he finally succeeds -- only to find that the moon is too big to carry home!
PICTURE BOOK Carle, E.
On a winter's night under a full moon, a father and daughter trek into the woods to see the Great Horned Owl.
PICTURE BOOK Yolen, J.
The bedtime monsters are stirring, and Arnold is too scared to fall asleep. They don't seem to be scared of him, no matter what his mother says. But every monster is afraid of something…
PICTURE BOOK Schneider, J.
It’s a cool, moonlit night and a group of children meet outside to dance in the grass and play tag while the wind blows gently around them.
PICTURE BOOK Udry, J.
It's time to sleep. Who dozes standing on one leg, snores while flying, or snuggles together in a big sleepy pile? Explore how animals sleep!
CHILDREN 591.519 J52 2011
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When Papa's seven little mouse boys ask for a bedtime story, Papa does even better than that - he tells seven stories, one for each boy.
EASY READER 2 Lobel, A.