The tales in Bedtime Stories for Dogs are written just the way dogs like things—they're short and simple, they have happy endings, they usually involve food, and they frequently refer to things that smell really awful. Each one of these stories was proofed (and woofed) by the author's two wiener dogs: "If they didn't give a story two paws up and two tails wagging, it was back to the drawing board," she says. This is the perfect treat for anyone: *Whose dog has control of the remote (and flips when watching dog food commercials) *Whose dog occasionally allows him to sleep in the bed (but only if he doesn't hog the covers!) *Who doesn't even notice the dog hairs in their food *Who carries their dog when he gets winded Anyone who has a canine companion will want this charming book. It's a bow-wow bedtime bible!
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Create a calm bedtime ritual with this debut book in the Before Bedtime series, Stars Before Bedtime – a soothing journey through the glittering constellations of the night sky woven with tried-and-true sleep exercises from the best-selling author and clinical psychologist Dr. Jessamy Hibberd. In this fast-paced world, relaxing and preparing for sleep can be difficult for children. This beautiful, fact-filled book helps ease bedtime struggles with mindfulness, muscle relaxation, gentle yoga poses, visualization, and other exercises proven to help kids release stress and anxiety, clear their minds, get ready for bed, and fall asleep faster while also boosting happiness and improving overall health. With gentle, calming artwork from the wonderfully talented Hannah Tolson and simple, melodic text, children explore the sky’s constellations and the mythical stories behind them as they get their minds and bodies ready for bed. Each exercise, called out by a moon symbol, is simple and easy to do. Usher in calm with these and more soothing techniques: Stretch out on your bed like the snake-like constellation Draco the Dragon—take a deep breath in through your nose and then breathe out all the air through your mouth, making a hissing sound, just like a slithering snake! Close your eyes and picture the ship from the constellation Argo Navis in your head. Now climb on board and let’s go on an adventure. You are the captain of the ship. Maybe you’ll dream of floating through a moonlit sky on broad wings, like Aquila the Eagle. Or perhaps you’ll drift down a glittering stream with Cygnus the Swan. Hold your hands together just like Castor and Pollux, the twins of the constellation Gemini. Rest them on your chest—can you feel your breath moving in and out as your chest rises and falls? The pages are self-contained so you can start anywhere and complete as many, or as few, exercises as you like. Join your child as they complete the exercises—you might just find som
Offer your children the pleasure to discover wonderful bedtime stories! Thanks to this richly illustrated collection, share a nice moment with your family and discover a new bedtime story every night. EXCERPT Lola, Lilou and Jack’s little sister, was home after a field trip to the village farm. She and her friends had spent a pleasant day and discovered many wonders. Lola was keen to tell her parents about the trip: “We saw geese, sheep, goats and cows... There were also some pigs, Dad! It was strange, because they speak just like you do when you’re asleep.” About Caramel Publishing: Since 1993, Caramel Publishing has specialized in the creation of children’s books. Every year, they create unforgettable stories that are read by millions of children worldwide. Today, their books are more available than ever thanks to the digital era.
Offer your children the pleasure to discover wonderful bedtime stories! Thanks to this richly illustrated collection, share a nice moment with your family and discover a new bedtime story every night. EXCERPT Hugo’s cousin Maud came to spend the weekend at the farm. “I would like to go to the pond down there, to see the ducks!” She said. “I would advise you against it!” Replied Hugo, looking up to the sky. “It’s going to rain!” But Maud went along, skipping and laughing... “It’s just a joke!” She came back half an hour later, soaked from head to toe. “You’re very talented at forecasting the weather!” She admitted. “It wasn’t the rain: I turned on the automatic lawn sprinkler!” About Caramel Publishing: Since 1993, Caramel Publishing has specialized in the creation of children’s books. Every year, they create unforgettable stories that are read by millions of children worldwide. Today, their books are more available than ever thanks to the digital era.
Bedtime stories for Kids A Collection of Illustrated Short stories Book 4 This book is collection of (bedtime stories for children) few selected fictional stories, fairy tales, folklore and legends about people & animals, that one can read for himself or to his children. Every story carries a message within itself. It depends on every individual what he or she can take & make from them. Especially, its a good source of inspiration for life ahead. ( Bedtime Stories for Kids : Short Stories for Kids, Kids Books, Children Books (Fun Bedtime Story Collection Book 4) ) Please don't forget to leave comment. Scroll up and click 'buy'
A little girl goes through various activities, including putting on her pajamas, brushing her teeth, reading a story, and being tucked in, as she gets ready to go to sleep.
Its never too early to teach children manners, courtesy and social skills. From knowing when to say please and thank you at home, in school or in public places, to covering their nose when sneezing, theres a multitude of good manners to teach children at an early age. A popular childrens book title is included with each activity to enhance the lesson. These engaging, hands-on activities are a great way to introduce students to skills they will use for the rest of their lives.
In this hilarious and reassuring look at nighttime worries from a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award-winning author/illustrator, a young boy conquers his fear of bedtime monsters after making a surprising discovery.
Following his bestselling debut, Before I Wake, Robert J. Wiersema returns with this exquisitely plotted blend of supernatural thriller and domestic drama. For novelist Christopher Knox, getting up early every morning to write isn’t bringing him the sense of fulfillment it once did. It’s been ten years since his first novel was published, to some acclaim, and he’s hit a wall in trying to write his next. His marriage to Jacqui isn’t doing much better, and it’s been months since he’s slept anywhere but his office above the detached garage. The part of Chris’s life that is going well, and brings him easy joy, is his relationship with his eleven-year-old son, David. While Chris may not make it to all of his son’s ball games, their nightly ritual of reading together at bedtime not only helps David overcome his struggles with reading, but is a calm within the storm for them both, when their days are so full of challenges. And what better way for a novelist to connect with his child than through their mutual love of books, and a bedtime story routine as unwavering as Chris’s love for his son. When Chris comes across a book by one of his favourite childhood authors in a local used bookstore, he knows it will be the perfect gift for David’s birthday. To the Four Directions is not one Chris has read before, but he knows that Lazarus Took’s adventurous, magical stories of young heroes and other realms would be just the thing for David, as they were for him. David is less than thrilled to receive a book he’s never heard of before, however – he’d been hoping for The Lord of the Rings – and Jacqui is quick to see it as yet another sign of Chris’s detachment from David’s life. But once they start reading the novel together, David is completely enthralled, to the extent that he truly cannot put the book down. The story, of a young peasant boy who is plucked from his home by castle guards and sent on a quest for a mysterious Sunstone, makes David fe
Stories to keep you enthralled into the wee hours of the morning… From horror to romance. From heroism to tragedy. From shipwreck to murder. From abduction to seduction. Covering the entire spectrum of human emotions, these tales will stun you.
This prayer book is intended to build up your child’s prayer life in a fun and relatable way. The rhyming and conversational tone of each prayer, accompanied by a colorful and fitting image, is intended to make prayer time an enjoyable experience for children. The book’s intention is also to encourage children to approach and talk to God about anything and everything going on in their lives, since God is always ready to listen and loves to hear from them, regardless of the topic or thought. The book is aimed mainly at children aged 0–6 years, but it can be used by older children too, who can easily relate to the varying themes of the individual prayers.
"We want kids to feel about math the way they feel about dessert after dinner." —Laura Overdeck, Time magazine Our mission: to make math a fun part of kids' everyday lives. When is the last time you gave your child a math problem just for fun? Yesterday? Last year? Maybe never? We all know it's wonderful to read bedtime stories to kids, but the question remains—what about doing math? Math has a negative association in our culture and many Americans are uncomfortable and even fearful of math and numbers. But Bedtime Math is here to change all that. In Bedtime Math 3, math and fun facts combine for one wacky and wild adventure! Now kids can discover the truth behind all their favorite things: marshmallows, Coca-Cola, astronaut ice cream, and more! These fun, mischief-making math problems aren't just kid-friendly, but actually, kid-appealing. With over 100 math problems on a variety of topics, kids will find math isn't just fun—it can be found everywhere! And with three different levels of challenge (Wee ones, Little kids, and Big kids), plus a Bonus question, there's something for everyone. We can make numbers fun—and change the world—one Bedtime Math problem at a time.
There's no reason anymore for your kids to be scared to go to bed! Written and Illustrated by Tim and Toni Williams, Timmy's Bedtime: A Monster ear Tale will help your children realize that there are no monsters under the bed!----Says author Tim Williams, "This was a story of what I did for my daughter about forty years ago, when she was afraid of monsters under her bed. Our solution worked then, and for a few of our friends that we told our remedy to over the years." ----Timmy's Bedtime is only the beginning for these creative authors. Their next book is all about the origin and training of Monster Bears.
"Is your baby sleeping through the night?" This is the worst question you could ever ask a parent. Seriously. And news flash! Even if your child is sleeping through the night this week, that doesn’t mean they will be for much longer. Every other week, babies are teething, experiencing a growth spurt, or entering a dreaded sleep regression. Bedtime, the Ultimate Battle is a concise and humorous tool that even the most sleep-deprived parents will love. It contains the meat and potatoes of sleep solutions for your baby that you can digest easily in the middle of the night, without worrying about heartburn. Sleep is something all humans need, but at a point in every baby’s life, they will refuse to sleep like it’s their job. That leads to very exhausted parents and caregivers. Bedtime, the Ultimate Battle is written from the realistic perspective of a mom in the trenches—just like you. (And you, too, Dad.) It will provide you with dozens of easy, budget-friendly ways to help get your baby to sleep, gathered from the most recommended parenting books, blogs, and viral posts. Melissa has done the research so you don't have to spend precious time desperately Googling during your next 3 a.m. wake-up call. Bedtime, the Ultimate Battle includes more than ninety tips and tricks and discusses common nighttime hurdles such as: Sleep training Getting baby to nap when they don’t want to Weaning babies who breastfeed to sleep Handling sleep regressions like a champ and more!
Well beyond the traditional "now I lay me down to sleep..." this anthology of more than 100 prayers will nurture families for generations to come. The selection includes the poems of Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Charles Wesley, Issac Watts, and Victor Hugo; and of course, Scripture. Appropriate for nightly use, this collection also includes prayers for special occasions-family milestones, national and religious holidays.
Billy and Susan loved to hear their father read stories to them every night at bedtime. Susan told her brother Billy that the stories were for little kids. Susan said, "Billy I love dad, but I wish he would read scary stories to us instead of stories like Peter Pan and Alice and Wonderland. They were okay when we were younger, but we are so much older now." "I feel the same way. I like it when mother and father go out to dinner at night so we can watch scary movies together, "replied Billy. "Next time we spend the night with grandma, maybe we can sneak out of bed and see if she has any old creepy books in her attic. If she does we can give them to our father to read to us instead of those boring stories he's been reading over and over for the past several years!" exclaimed Susan. "Tonight we'll ask him if he'll let us spend the night at grandma's house this weekend. I'm sure he'll say yes," said Billy. Night finally arrived. Billy and Susan asked their father if they could spend the night with their grandma tomorrow. Their father said, "I don't see why that would be a problem because your mother and I were planning a weekend trip." Billy and Susan were happy that their father was going to let them spend the night with their grandma. Billy said, "I really hope grandma has a spooky book in her attic." "I hope so too," replied Susan. "Let's get some sleep," said Billy.
It’s bedtime but Dora’s baby brother and sister don’t want to go to sleep! It’s up to Dora and Boots to help them become Bedtime Explorers and journey to the top of Bedtime Hill before the moon rises. Will they make it in time? This Nickelodeon Read-Along features audio narration.