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100 Fun Stories for 4-8 Year Olds (Perfect for Bedtime & Young Readers) (Yellow Series)
The illustrations are many and varied and helped with my child's understanding of each short tale. The format works well on my iPad and because there are so many stories, when you've finished reading you can simply go to the begi y three year old and I loved this wonderfully illustrated book, full of rhymes and stories. The format works well on my iPad and because there are so many stories, when you've finished reading you can simply go to the beginning and start again!
A thoroughly good buy and lots of reading fun for little people. May 09, Ian rated it it was ok. A rather poor collection of stories that will bore the pants off you and your child. There must be better than this available for my nearly 4 year old! Many grammatical errors and the phraseology is just wrong far too often. Jan 24, Juanita Thomas rated it it was amazing. Sep 19, Trishna Agarwal rated it it was amazing. Entertained my 5yrz old Entertained my 5yrz old Good luck with the rest of the day and I hope you have a great time. Apr 08, Helga Jacobs rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lovabye Dragon by Barbara Joosse, Randy Cecil Ages 3—6 A lonely little girl in her bed in her room in her castle longs for a dragon for a friend while a lonely dragon in his nest in his cave in his mountain dreams of a girl.
Eventually the two find each other and happiness in this charming lullaby book. Sleep Like a Tiger by Mary Logue, Pamela Zagarenski Ages 4—8 A small crown-wearing girl tells her similarly crowned parents that she is simply not sleepy.
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They insist that she put on her pajamas and then the three discuss the ways different animals sleep. Bears are mighty sleepers, and snails curl up like cinnamon rolls.
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The image of the tiger sleeping to stay strong catches her imagination, and she dreams of herself curled up next to a sleeping tiger. This enchanting book will be enjoyed over and over. A small boy, wearing an old-fashioned nightgown, and his father, dressed in a Pierrot costume, watch the sky gradually darken from turquoise to deep blue before the moon finally makes a much-anticipated appearance in the final pages. This beautifully illustrated and reassuring book is perfect for bedtime sharing. Good night my shrimp… Twenty different terms of endearment matched with a smiling cartoon face shining through the entire board book help to sooth our youngest readers to sleep.
Hush, Little Monster by Denis Markell, Melissa Iwai Ages 4—6 A monster father trying to calm his cranky child softly sings his own version of the classic lullaby. A bunny might find the perfect carrot, or learn the ABCs. A bunny might fly or count This coy free-floating dream of a book is perfect for relaxing and drifting off to sleep and dreams.
A thoughtful host, Maggie has prepared an appropriate snack for each animal and then reads them bedtime stories. This homage to classic bedtime stories is charming and comforting. This delightful book is sure to become a bedtime favorite.
When their mothers come searching for them, they disguise themselves as birds and flowers. But the mothers are determined and persuasive, promising kisses and cuddles in comforting rhymes. The baby bunny explains that most of their neighbors are already home, and enjoys figuring out what they are doing by smelling baking a pie and listening talking on the phone. At home the father rabbit tucks the bunny into bed, still wondering what the neighbors are doing. A Book of Sleep by Il Sung Na Ages 1—5 When the sky grows dark, everyone goes to sleep except the watchful owl, who travels on a moonlit journey while observing the other animals settle into sleep.
This beautifully illustrated bedtime book is destined to become a classic. If Animals Kissed Good Night by Ann Whitford Paul Ages 3—6 Wonderfully silly presentation of animal parents and children kissing good night complete with nonsense sounds is sure to become a bedtime ritual. Pendziwol, Isabelle Arsenault Ages 4—7 This soothing bedtime book paints a picture in words and illustrations of a winter landscape.
The beauty of falling snow, nocturnal animals exploring the night, the beauty of the northern lights work together to send the child peacefully off to sleep. The moon appears to follow them, and Addy decides that the moon is coming to her house. Beautiful collage illustrations accompany this soothing bedtime book.
Elephanter goes to work at the Elephantery where is cares for three tiny elephanties. The reader helps read a bedtime story, tuck the book into bed, give it a nighttime kiss, and turn off the light when finally the book is sleeping. He settles into his bed and finds that the same memories that were keeping him awake are just perfect for lulling himself to sleep and revisiting in his dreams.
The story of this adorable pup is the perfect bedtime book. This lively, textless animated video follows a group of animals as they prepare for bed. Children leave their bed and discover a magical world in their backyard garden in this beautiful poem from Robert Louis Stevenson.
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Inspired by classic Greek mythology, this kid-friendly version of the Hercules story follows the heroic strongman as he rescues three magical apples from the garden of Hesperides. The Three Little Pigs: Riquet with the Tuft by Charles Perrault: Taken from a 17th century tale by the French storytelling master, this story of a homely-yet-witty young man still resonates with children today, thanks to its uplifting message and memorable characters.
Aladdin and the Magic Lamp: The most famous of tales from the classic Arabian Nights collection, this story follows a young beggar whose luck changes for better and worse after rubbing a magic lamp and meeting a genie. Pied Piper of Hamelin: The good people of Hamelin turn to a mysterious flutist to solve their infestation problem in this animated rendition of the iconic fairy tale. Little Red Riding Hood: The Moon and the Cap by Noni: This illustrated tale with universal appeal follows a young boy who attempts to retrieve his missing cap and finds it in the unlikeliest of places.
Searching for the Spirit of Spring: Inspired by an African folk tale, this illustrated story charms young readers with its hopeful message of kindness and generosity. The Elephant in the Room by Sam Wilson: Striking visuals drive this imaginative story of young Lindi and her best friend, an enormous elephant that may or may not be real.
Dozens of full-length episodes are available on DailyMotion. Eye-catching illustrations and an inspiring theme propel this story of a young girl whose career aspirations include becoming an astronaut, a doctor and a winning soccer player. The Nestlings by Arthur Scott Bailey: The brave Jolly Robin is forced to leave his nest for the first time in this heartwarming tale of survival and love.
The online version features a few original illustrations from the original publication, which first appeared in Introduce your kids to the mad brilliance of Edward Lear with this poetry collection that features absurdist verses and imaginative drawings by the author himself.
East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Featuring original illustrations, this rendition of a classic Norwegian folk tale transports kids to a world of talking bears, troll princesses and magical apples. This colorful retelling of the classic fable follows two mice one city dwelling, the other not so much as they experience what life is like for the other. This colorfully animated bedtime story whisks young viewers to a magical realm where flowers are as tall as skyscrapers and even the oranges need to sleep.
The Stones of Plouvenic by Katharine Pyle: Adapted from a French folk tale, this playful story teaches children that the most valuable treasure can often be found in the least likely of places. This online retelling of the classic critter tale from features original illustrations by Beatrix Potter. This haunting tale for kids 7 and up follows a young Native American chief who searches for his lost love in the spiritual afterlife. This collection of 20 fantastical tales come from the creative mind of Gordon Dioxide, who has also produced read-along videos for his stories.
Wildlife in a City Pond by Ashish Kothari: Featuring original illustrations by Sangeetha Kadur, this eco-minded tale follows a young boy as he explores the flora and fauna found in the park near his home. Island of the Nine Whirlpools by Edith Nesbit: Designed for readers up to age three, Big Fat Hen features colorful illustrations and a memorable nursery rhyme narrative that helps children learn to count.
The Everything Book by Denise Fleming: This comprehensive favorite teaches young listeners about shapes, colors, seasons and other basic concepts. The Everything Book is geared toward kids between one and four years of age. This illustrated tale from offers a fun, high-spirited way for kids to learn the letters of the alphabet. Caldecott honoree Lois Ehlert provided the vivid illustrations.
Otto Goes to Bed by Todd Parr: Colorful, oddball illustrations and fun verses highlight this story of a young dog who must go to bed, whether he wants to or not. This title is geared toward infants and toddlers. This Caldecott Honor Book chronicles a snuggly day in the life of three toddlers. The easy prose, vibrant illustrations and diversity-friendly message make More More a perfect read for any of preschool age or younger. Are You My Mother? A beloved bedtime choice since it first appeared in , this illustrated story follows a baby bird as he searches for his mother and meets a handful of other animals along the way.
Good Night, Gorilla by Peggy Rathmann: Easy verses and playful illustrations highlight make Good Night, Gorilla a great choice for toddlers and preschoolers. Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown: Considered one of the greatest bedtime stories of all time, this classic boasts a lovely narrative and iconic illustrations by Clement Hurd.
Goodnight Moon celebrates the 70th anniversary of its original publication in ; a three-dimensional rendition is also available on YouTube. First published in , this beloved tale features striking collage-style illustrations and finger-sized cutouts that allow children to physically participate in the story. If your kids enjoy this one, check out the other titles from author and illustrator Eric Carle; his year career includes a bibliography of more than 70 titles. Seuss, which has entertained young kids for nearly 50 years. This title is ideal for teaching kids the basics of colors and counting.
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