Best Bedtime Stories for Preschoolers
In this practically wordless bedtime story, a weary zoo keeper bids good night to his charges and then goes home to bed. He doesn't notice, however, that clever Gorilla has pickpocketed his keys and is letting the animals out of their cages, one by one.
In each playful spread of this read-aloud bedtime book, parents are ready to put their kids to bed — but these youngsters just happen to be dinosaurs! And though they may stomp and slam their tails a bit, in the end they act a lot like people: they give a big kiss, turn out the light, and whisper "good night."
From one of the most celebrated and beloved picture book creators working in the field today comes a memorable new character and a suspenseful adventure just right for the very youngest. It is Kitten's first full moon, and when she sees it she thinks it is a bowl of milk in the sky. And she wants it. Does she get it?
Children can pull the tabs on every spread and help Penelope get ready for bed. On one spread, Penelope is making a chocolate pancake. Kids can pull the tab and help her flip the pancake. Uh-oh, now it's on her head!
This is Russell.
Sometimes Russell is just a little bit out of step with the rest of the flock.
All the sheep are falling asleep — except Russell.
What's a sheep to do?
Russell tries everything . . . until, at last, he falls asleep.