Bedtime Books

Grandson sleeping: LadyD Books
Do you have a favorite bedtime book? After reading these three bedtime books to my Grandson, here is the end result... a precious moment, for sure.

There's no better way to end your day than snuggling together reading books. Here are a few mom favorites to make this time extra special.

1. Good Night Moon
The ultimate classic of modern children's literature, beloved by generations.


Goodnight Moon
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Board Book

From Margaret Wise Brown, this epic of children's literature will lull your child to sleep without an effort of the incident.

In a great green room, tucked away in bed, is a little bunny. "Goodnight room, goodnight moon." And to all the familiar things in the softly lit room--to the picture of the three little bears sitting in chairs, to the clocks and his socks, to the mittens and the kittens, to everything one by one--he says goodnight.

In this classic of modern children's literature, beloved by generations of readers and listeners, the quiet poetry of the words and the gentle, lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day.

Goodnight Moon


2. Guess How Much I Love You
A classic sweet tale about the love between a parent and child.



Description:
Hardcover


“’I Love you as high as I can hop,’ laughed Little Nutbrown Hare…
'But I love you as high as I can hop,' smiled Big Nutbrown Hare - and he hopped so high that his ears touched the branches above."

An incredibly sweet tale about the love between a parent and child, Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney tells the story of Little Nutbrown Hare expressing his love for his father, Big Nutbrown Hare, only to have his father reciprocate the feelings to an even greater degree. With fantastic illustrations and a lovely message, Guess How Much I Love You is the ideal book to share with your child.


Guess How Much I Love You


3. Goodnight Gorilla
The story of a sly gorilla who pickpockets the zoo’s night watchman's keys.



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Good Night, Gorilla

Board Book

Good Night, Gorilla, written and illustrated by Peggy Rathmann, is the story of a sly gorilla who pickpockets the zoo’s night watchman’s keys as he does his rounds. Stealthily following the watchman, the gorilla uses the keys to open up all of the other animals’ cages, who then also join the caravan. Told mostly through the rich illustrations of Rathmann, Good Night, Gorilla truly epitomizes the old adage, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” And a hilarious picture may be worth a few more.

Good Night, Gorilla




-- LadyD 

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