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Bedtime doesn’t have to be a total nightmare. With our absolute fave bedtime stories of all time, the little ones will be begging you to put on their PJs and get ready for bed!
Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd
This classic bedtime story will send the kiddies off into La La Land in no time! A story about bidding goodnight to a room and all the things in it is sure to become a kid favorite. Don’t forget to wish the kids goodnight, too!
Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram
It’s no surprise how much kiddies will love this book. Join Little Nutbrown Hare as he gets ready for bed and tells Big Nutbrown Hare how much he loves him. This book is bound to become an instant-classic!
Good Night, Gorilla by Peggy Rathmann
Young tots will absolutely love this fun bedtime story as they follow a zookeeper as he says goodnight to all the zoo’s animals. But when the gorilla takes the zookeeper’s keys and lets the animals out of their cages, a lot of silliness is bound to happen.
Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go To Sleep by Joyce Dunbar
Kids afraid of the dark? Or how about the big, scary monsters hiding under the bed? This little girl is afraid of having a bad dream, so she asks her brother to tell her something happy. A great read to banish spooky ghosts and goblins.
Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson
Got a kid with an active imagination? Then he’ll love this book about a little boy named Harold who goes on a walk with his purple crayon. After a long day of adventures, Harold draws a window around the moon, draws his bed and slowly falls asleep.
Pajama Time! by Sarah Boynton
Looking for a fun goodnight book with a crazy cast of characters? This book is full of lively animals, like a jump-roping chicken and a pig on a swing, along with sing-songy rhymes sure to get the little ones excited for bedtime!
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