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📒Big Enough For A Bed ✍ Apple Jordan
📝Big Enough for a Bed Book Synopsis : A charming photo board book follows Elmo as he graduates from a crib to a big kid's bed, and, with the help of his teddy bear David and his favorite blanket, he learns to become comfortable in his new bed!
📒Your Own Big Bed ✍ Rita M. Bergstein
📝Your Own Big Bed Book Synopsis : Introduces how different animals and even human babies grow from being newly-hatched or born, through being carried everywhere, to having their own special place to sleep.
📒It S Time To Sleep In Your Own Bed ✍ Lawrence E. Shapiro
📝It s Time to Sleep in Your Own Bed Book Synopsis : Contains a children's story about sleeping alone and advice for parents.
📒Sophie S Big Bed ✍ Tina Burke
📝Sophie s Big Bed Book Synopsis : Sophie loves her crib. It has a cozy banana blanket and a squashy pillow in the shape of a star. But Sophie is growing up and now has a new bigger bed... a very big bed and she and her bunny, bear and doll are having a difficult time making the adjustment.
📝Big Enough for a Bed Too Big for Diapers 2 Titles in 1 Sesame Street Series Book Synopsis : Elmo and Ernie are growing up! Instead of a crib, Elmo gets a new bed, and instead of diapers, Ernie will learn how to use the potty.
📒My Own Big Bed ✍ Anna Grossnickle Hines
📝My Own Big Bed Book Synopsis : The independent little girl in this snug story loves her brand new big bed but . . . What if I fall out? What if I get lonely? What if I get lost? What if I get scared? Just right for young children making the transition from crib to bed, and featuring Mary Watson's comforting and realistic paintings, My Own Big Bed celebrates self-reliance, eases fears, and -- with a tuck and a kiss from Mommy and Daddy -- promises a safe and cozy night's sleep.
📒A Bed Of Your Own ✍ Mij Kelly
📝A Bed of Your Own Book Synopsis : This is the story of Suzy Sue, ready for bed just like you! But then she finds a cow, a horse, a sheep and a goat all fighting for space in her bed! Will she ever get to sleep? The perfect bedtime companion for young children, A Bed of Your Own has been read on CBeebies and is the third book in the Suzy Sue series. 'A funny rhyming story perfect to send little ones to sleep.' Baby & Me Read about the author at www.mijkelly.com
📒My Big Boy Bed ✍ Eve Bunting
📝My Big Boy Bed Book Synopsis : For one energetic three-year-old, there are countless reasons to love his new big boy bed. There’s room now for Teddy to sleep with him, and his painted clay lizard, and Hippo. He can go under the bed and pretend to be a dog and scare his cat, Whiskers. Best of all, he can get out of his bed any time he wants—as long as his parents don’t hear him! Written with warmth and humor, this story captures the feelings surrounding a rite of passage that every child experiences. Eve Bunting’s simple, reassuring text and Maggie Smith’s bright, lively illustrations are just right for beginning readers and listeners.
📒Too Small For My Big Bed ✍ Amber Stewart
📝Too Small for My Big Bed Book Synopsis : Piper loves jumping in the Golden Grasslands and climbing the Red Rock Ridge all day long. But, when it comes to bedtime, he doesn't like the deep, dark night. How can Mummy help him to sleep in his own bed the whole night through and let him know that she is never far away?
📒How Big Is A Foot ✍ Rolf Myller
📝How Big Is a Foot Book Synopsis : The King wants to give the Queen something special for her birthday. The Queen has everything, everything except a bed. The trouble is that no one in the Kingdom knows the answer to a very important question: How Big is a Bed? because beds at the time had not yet been invented. The Queen's birthday is only a few days away. How can they figure out what size the bed should be? From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒Bye Bye Crib ✍ Alison McGhee
📝Bye bye Crib Book Synopsis : There it is. Over there. The big bed... Am I ready? #1 New York Times best-selling author Alison McGhee tells the tale of a child's first rite of passage - from the crib to the big bed. Ross MacDonald's glowing illustrations will comfort, amuse, and inspire toddlers and even their parents as they take this first big step together.
📒Donovan S Bed ✍ Debra Mullins
📝Donovan s Bed Book Synopsis : A romantic battle of the sexes erupts between handsome Jack Donovan and determined newspaper editor Sarah Calhoun, when Sarah retaliates against Jack by announcing his search for a wife, igniting a fierce pursuit by every lusty widow, lovesick teenager, and lonely spinster in the area. Original.
📒I Sleep In My Own Bed ✍ Glenn Wright
📝I Sleep in My Own Bed Book Synopsis : "This book takes a child on a journey to all the places they wouldn't want to sleep and outlines the reasons why their own bed is the perfect place to sleep"--p. of cover.
📒Time For Bed ✍ Mem Fox
📝Time for Bed Book Synopsis : As darkness falls parents everywhere try to get their children ready for sleep.
📒Back To Bed Ed ✍ Sebastien Braun
📝Back to Bed Ed Book Synopsis : Getting ready for bed is lots of fun at Ed's house. Ed plays silly games with Dad. He has a drink and brushes his teeth. He takes a bath and cuddles with Mom for a bedtime story. Then Ed is off to bed with hugs and kisses. But while Ed loves going to bed, he doesn't like staying there. Night after night he tiptoes down the hall and climbs into Mom and Dad's big bed. Mom and Dad aren't getting much sleep so they come up with a plan to keep Ed in his bed. Ed doesn't think much of Mom and Dad's plan-so he comes up with one on his own! Author-illustrator Sebastien Braun offers a charming spin on the perennial challenge of getting children to stay in bed. Young readers will easily sympathize with Ed's bedtime anxieties, and will be delighted with the way the young hero ultimately tames his fears. The uncluttered illustrations, featuring bright, bold colors and simple scenes that focus on the characters and their actions, perfectly complement the simplicity of the story.
📒Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls ✍ Elena Favilli
📝Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Book Synopsis : 'The feminist bedtime story book you'll wish you had growing up' Stylist What if the princess didn't marry Prince Charming but instead went on to be an astronaut? What if the jealous step sisters were supportive and kind? And what if the queen was the one really in charge of the kingdom? Illustrated by sixty female artists from every corner of the globe, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls introduces us to one hundred remarkable women and their extraordinary lives, from Ada Lovelace to Malala, Elizabeth I to Serena Williams. Empowering, moving and inspirational, these are true fairy tales for heroines who definitely don't need rescuing.
📒Sesame Street Night Night Elmo ✍ Gina Gold
📝Sesame Street Night Night Elmo Book Synopsis : Perfect for bedtime, this adorable new book in the Guess Who series features five different peek-a-boo flaps and a surprise pop-up at the end! It’s time for Elmo to go to bed, but there’s lots to do before he’s tucked in—putting on pajamas, brushing his teeth, listening to a story, and more! Kids open the flaps throughout to see how Elmo gets ready for bed. An adorable story and charming pop-up at the end of the book will make this an interactive bedtime favorite.
📒The Twins Blanket ✍ Hyewon Yum
📝The Twins Blanket Book Synopsis : One of School Library Journal's Best Picture Books of 2011 These look-alike twins have always shared everything—their room, their toys, a crib, and, since the day they were born, a blanket. But as they grow into new beds, they need new blankets, too. Now they face a new dilemma: they don't know how not to share. Told from the perspective of two five-year-olds, The Twins' Blanket playfully illuminates squabbles and affection between young siblings. Yum's minimalistic art astutely captures these twins' emotions as they toss, turn, and tug their new and old blankets—and embrace their growing independence.
📒Ticket To Curlew ✍ Celia Lottridge
📝Ticket to Curlew Book Synopsis : Winner of the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year Award and the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People It is 1915, and Sam Ferrier and his father arrive by train in Curlew, Alberta, to build a new home for the family. When they finally reach their parcel of land, Sam can see nothing but endless stretches of grassland and blue sky. It is nothing like their old home in Iowa, and he wonders why his restless father ever decided to bring the family to this lonely, barren land. In time, though, the house is built, and the rest of the family joins them. Gradually Sam discovers that there is much more to the flat and featureless prairie than he realized -- gleaming white skulls, torrential thunderstorms and, best of all, a new friend and a brave, resourceful horse named Prince.
📒I Want To Sleep In Your Bed ✍ Harriet Ziefert
📝I want to sleep in your bed Book Synopsis : When all the lights are out, Susan goes to her parents' door and says, "I want to sleep in your bed!"
📒Help My Toddler Came Without Instructions ✍ Blythe Lipman
📝Help My Toddler Came Without Instructions Book Synopsis : Raising children is a serious business, especially in this era of two working parents with jam-packed schedules. A helping hand can make all the difference. Nationally known parenting expert Blythe Lipman is on a mission to help parents, offering hundreds of practical tips with a dash of humor. Go from stressed-out, overwhelmed and exhausted to melt-down free and mellow! The purpose of Help! My Toddler Came Without Instructions is to provide parents with quick solutions to help with those hair-raising toddler issues. When some new "toddler troubles" arise, grab the book, find the solution and you'll be back in control of your out-of-control child. Topics include sleeping (ways to transition from crib to bed, naps, creating a friendly sleep environment and nightly rituals and routines), potty training (age discussion, type of potty to use, fears, underwear, charts and issues), and fears (night terrors, stranger anxiety, the dark, monsters and separation anxiety).