Author
Messner, Kate
Call Number
J P MESSNER
Summary
A tough day, a bad dream, a scary noise ... these are just a few of the things that can keep kids wide awake and frightened after dark. But Mama Sloth knows the secrets for calming worried minds and getting to sleep--and as she shares them with her daughter, young readers will learn valuable relaxation skills that last a lifetime.
Author
Murray, Diana
Call Number
J P MURRAY
Summary
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text invite the reader to a community garden where potatoes close their eyes, cabbages nod their heads, and corn covers its ears to go to sleep.
Author
Newson, Karl
Call Number
J P NEWSON
Summary
A beautiful new bedtime classic, which celebrates the immeasurable love between a mummy and baby. For all the stars across the sky, big and little and bright. Here's a wish from me to you, before we say goodnight ... Every evening, when the sun is fading, Luna and her mother play a game. They close their eyes, make a wish, and imagine themselves on the most incredible of adventures - swimming with the sound of whale song, flying like birds, and gazing over the tallest treetops ... Glowing with lyricism, intimacy and love, this beautiful bedtime story celebrates the bond between parent and child, and is brought majestically to life by illustrator Chiaki Okada.
Author
Orloff, Karen K.
Call Number
J P ORLOFF
Summary
Even little robots need their rest and their parents tuck them in just as human mommies and daddies do. It doesn't matter if young bots slip on their pj's over power packs and snack on batteries; just like children, they love bedtime stories, hugs, a cuddly toy, and lullabies.
Author
Pizzoli, Greg
Call Number
J P PIZZOLI
Summary
Owl takes drastic measures to have a good night's sleep.
Author
Arena, Jen
Call Number
J P Princess ARENA
Summary
Bedtime rhymes for nursery ryhme and fairy tale characters.
Author
Rathman, Peggy
Call Number
J P RATHMAN
Summary
An unobservant zookeeper is followed home by all the animals he thinks he has left behind in the zoo.
Author
Rayner, Catherine
Call Number
J P RAYNER
Summary
Arlo is a very tired lion, and he's tried everything to get to sleep. But the grass is too prickly, the trees are too noisy, and his family wriggles awfully too much. Goodness! How is an exhausted lion ever to get a wink of shut-eye? Luckily, owl has a few tricks up her sleeve and Arlo couldn't be happier to give them a try.
Author
Reynolds, Luke
Call Number
J P REYNOLDS
Summary
A young boy and his father use their imaginations before bedtime to transform an ordinary laundry basket into a variety of transportation vehicles.
Author
Rinker, Sherri D.
Call Number
J P RINKER
Summary
Little mouse cannot sleep because it is too quiet--but when he really listens he finds to night is full of all sorts of sounds, so many if fact that it is too noisy to sleep.
Author
Rosenthal, Amy K.
Call Number
J P ROSENTHAL
Summary
A page turns every time you blink, bringing you closer to the end of the book -- and bedtime.
Author
Roth, Judith L.
Call Number
J P ROTH
Summary
A father sings his baby off to sleep as a gondoliera steers them through the canals of Venice, Italy.
Author
Sayres, Brianna C.
Call Number
J P SAYRES
Summary
Told in rhyming text, a young girl imagines herself on a mission to Mars with Curiosity, the Mars rover, as she gets ready to go to bed.
Author
Schulze, Bianca
Call Number
J P SCHULZE
Summary
Shhh! Be very, very quiet. The rascally dragon is finally asleep. But when the page turns, the bleeze blows the door shut with a bang! Does it wake up the dragon?
Author
Simler, Isabelle
Call Number
J P SIMLER
Summary
Several different animals settle in for the night, each with their own unique way of sleeping.
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