Favorite Tuck-In Tales
Make every night good with these bedtime favorites, perfect for ages 3-6.
Who Is Sleeping?
by Karen Sapp
With original text to the tune of "Frère Jacques" and lush full-color illustrations, this lyrical book will introduce preschoolers to the wide variety of critters that cozy up and settle down to sleep through the cold winter months.
Go to Sleep, Groundhog!
by Judy Cox Illustrated by Paul Meisel
It's autumn and time for Groundhog to sleep until Groundhog Day, but he cannot fall asleep. Maybe a little walk will make him sleepy. When he steps outside his burrow, he's in for some surprises. After all his nocturnal wanderings, will Groundhog be able to wake up for his big day?Read More
Shhhhh! Everybody's Sleeping
by Julie Markes Illustrated by David Parkins
Does the farmer sleep on a mattress of hay? Is the baker's bed made of soft, doughy bread? And is the grocer most comfortable resting on a bed of lettuce? No matter what the bed or walls look like, when the day's activities are done, it's time for everyone, big or small, to go to sleep.Read More
by Andrea Davis Pinkney Illustrated by Brian Pinkney
Everyone agrees that Cutie LaRue is a perfect child . . . except at bedtime. She just isn't tired. Cutie's parents try absolutely everything to get her to bed--with disastrous results. But finally they discover Night Owl, a wondrous toy that takes Cutie on a fantastic journey to Dreamland.Read More
Dragon's Fat Cat
Series: Dragon Tales
by Dav Pilkey
The endearing blue Dragon is back in bestselling author Dav Pilkey's humorous story about friendship and taking care of pets.When Dragon finds a stray cat, he brings it home and learns to take care of it through many silly mishaps. But, then Dragon is in for a big surprise when Cat has a litter of kittens!Read More
Clifford's First Sleepover
Series: Clifford the Big Red Dog
by Norman Bridwell Illustrated by Norman Bridwell
In this Clifford the Big Red Dog tale, Emily Elizabeth is excited to sleepover at Grandma and Grandpa's house, even if it means leaving her small red puppy for the night. Imagine her surprise when Clifford sneaks into her suitcase — and makes a mess at the house!Read More
Rabbit and the Moon
by Douglas Wood Illustrated by Leslie A. Baker
Rabbit has always dreamed of going to the moon, but try as he might, he can't jump high enough. Finally Crane offers to fly him there. Rabbit holds on tight to Crane's legs -- so tight that by the time they reach the moon Rabbit's paws are bloody and Crane's legs have stretched.Read More
Kiss Good Night: Book and Plush Set with Toy
by Amy Hest Illustrated by Anita Jeram
From the talented creators of the well-liked Guess How Much I Love You comes a warm tale about one little bear's bedtime. Little Sam waits patiently as his mom gets him ready for bed. She reads his favorite book, tucks him in, and gives him warm milk. But there's one thing missing. After a little thought Mrs.Read More
Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!
Series: Pigeon, Book #5
by Mo Willems Illustrated by Mo Willems
In another book featuring "the pigeon," award-winning author Mo Willems asks the reader to not let the pigeon stay up late. The pigeon will try everything to stay awake in this fun bedtime story that every child will relate to. Can you get him to go to sleep?Read More