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There's magic in every story

Updated: Oct 17, 2020

Reading to your child at bedtime has many advantages, for both you and the child. A regular nightly routine that consists of a bedtime story before sleeping has a relaxing effect. The soothing voice of you reading the story often allows for a calm atmosphere in which your child can fall asleep more easily. The emotional aspect creates a bond between you and your child. Bedtime stories can be read from a book, or may be invented by you. There's magic there whether you read a story or invent it. Make it come alive.


Books to Read Before Bedtime


The Princess and the Pea By Hans Christian Anderson

The Ant and the Grasshopper By Blake Hoena

Grimm's Fairy Tales By Brothers Grimm

James and the Giant Peach By Roalds Dahl

The Cat in the Hat By Dr. Seuss

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By Roalds Dahl

Great Books to Read and Grow with


26 Big Things Small Hands Can Do By Coleen Paratore

The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle

Choose Good Food! By Gina Bellisario

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? By Eric Carle

Pete the Cat, Rocking in My School Shoes By James Dean

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and Chicka Chicka 123 by Bill Martin Jr

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