When you think bedtime stories what are the qualities you look for?
When I think bed time story, I think short stories for kids. Short enough to finish in one sitting.
They must be soothing, calming, and easy to read kids stories with an easy plot.
Absolutely no confusion or intriguing thoughts. I want to promote sleep.
A bed time story must, absolutely, have a happy ending.
And absolutely no monsters or scary moments.
If the story has a moral or a lesson to learn - that’s ok - but, for me, it’s not an absolute.
When I think bedtime stories, I’m not concerned so much about having alot of fun. Right now, it’s all about the quality time.
It’s a quiet moment between you and your children sharing an engaging short story and promoting peaceful rest.
Tales of Jasper Jay
Jolly Robin Learns to Fly
East of the Sun
Billy Bunnys Adventures
Little Jack Rabbit
Billy Bunny and His Friends
Billy Bunny and The Fairy
Billy Bunny's Visitors
Uncle Wiggily AdventuresUncle Wiggily Meets Mother GooseUncle Wiggily and his Woodland Friends
The Tales of Peter Rabbit
Lily and The Lion
The Miller s Mouse
The Rocking Horse
The Story of Humpty Dumpty
The Frost King
The Visit to Fairy Land
Follow My Leader
Snowball Lamb and The Bear
Three Little Gnomes
The Muley Cow
Why Evergreen Tree Keeps its Leaves
The Happy Rattle
Recipe for a Happy Day
Meet Raggedy Ann
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Fantasy, fun and magic galore.
Perfect for sharing and enjoying at bedtime or anytime.
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It’s a Good Day
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