Stef Tousignant shares how her own experiences led her to create The Middle of the Night Book, a lovely introduction to bedtime meditation.
The Middle of the Night Book is a lovely introduction to meditation for young readers and great for bedtime reading routines.
With an adorable main character, dressed in her cute one-piece red striped pajamas, What to Do About Your Monsters addresses messy feelings and fears.
What To Do About Your Monsters by Jessica Woo is a heartfelt story about a girl who has sleep issues. Join us on this virtual book tour!
We’re so excited to get roaring along with Bianca Schulze’s DON’T WAKE THE DRAGON!
What To Do About Your Monsters is a heartfelt story about a girl who has sleep issues.
The five bedtime stories featured in this list are sure to produce smiles for a myriad of different reasons that are unique to each author and illustrator’s style. Peaceful smiles and laugh-induced smiles are sure to appear!
A FLOCK OF FUN is a fun choice for a stress-free bedtime story! All readers, young and old, will surely relate to the young boy’s restless night of sleep.
There’s no doubt about it! Our most-anticipated picture book of 2020 is Don’t Wake the Dragon—written by bestselling author and the founder of The Children’s Book Review Bianca Schulze.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Sleep, My Bunny (on sale November 13th, 2018), by Rosemary Wells, and a limited edition print.
Giveaway begins November 9, 2018, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends December 9, 2018, at 11:59 P.M. MT.