Summary: A collection of bedtime stories for children young and old.
My thoughts: Who doesn’t love a good bedtime story? I loved them when I was a little girl sharing my Daddy’s lap with my two sisters as he read any of our favorites aloud. I loved them just a few years ago as my husband would read them to me and our unborn child. I love them now as I read them to my own little monkey as he winds down at the end of the day. Bedtime stories are the things that memories are made of.
This is a clever little collection of stories with wide appeal. They are fairly simple and have a nice rhyme pattern so that my two year old can appreciate them. They are long enough to be interesting, but short enough to hold a young child’s attention. They would work for a bedtime read along with a beginning reader. The illustrations are colorful and incorporate shapes to go along with the featured story.
The Bedtime of the Sky and Other Sleepy Bye Stories would be a wonderful addition to any child’s home library.
In case you missed it yesterday, Carolyn dropped by Teresa’s Reading Corner and will be doing so again today. Please take a moment to make a comment or ask a question on yesterday’s Guest Post and today’s review post to be entered to win your own copy of The Bedtime of the Sky and Other Sleepy-Bye Stories.
Disclosure: My copy of The Bedtime of the Sky and Other Sleepy Bye Stories by Carolyn Wolfe was provided to me by the author and Pump up Your Book promotions.
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