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Bedtime can be a scary time, a restless time, or a sleepy time, but ultimately it is a comforting time. This special collection of bedtime stories by Jim Aylesworth perfectly captures the charm and magic of different kinds of bedtimes. In Two Terrible Frights, a girl and a mouse experience similar scares while getting a bedtime snack. In Teddy Bear Tears, a boy comforts his slightly sniffling stuffed animal friends before they all go to sleep. The Completed Hickory Dickory Dock is a new twist on a familiar rhyme about a rambunctious romp through the hours of a day up until bedtime. And The Good-Night Kiss is a poetic, gentle lullaby of the sights and sounds outside the window where a child is safely tucked into bed.
Read apart or together, these bedtime stories will be shared and treasured by children and adults every night of the week.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Children's stories, American, Bedtime Fiction, Short stories