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Ages 3-5

Shhh: Bedtime Books

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10 Little Ninjas by Miranda Paul
From ten little ninjas sneaking out of bed to one cuddlebug asleep on the spread, rhyming text provides a count-down to bedtime.
A Recipe for Bedtime by Peter Bently
A sweeter-than-pie 'bedtime recipe' helps walk baby through his bedtime routine
Bedtime Blastoff! by Luke Reynolds
A young boy and his father use their imaginations before bedtime to transform an ordinary laundry basket into a variety of transportation vehicles.
Bedtime for Batman by Michael Dahl
A little boy makes his bedtime an exciting adventure, as he imagines Batman preparing to fight crime in Gotham City.
Before i Wake Up... by Britta Teckentrup
A young girl falls asleep and travels in her dreams through the sky, down to the oceans depths, and into a jungle. She is accompanied by a lion friend, who eases her fears, gives her confidence, and helps her explore the world around her.
Bunny Dreams by Peter McCarty
In bunny dreams, anything can happen. A bunny might know the ABCs, or count by 1-2-3's.
Can You Yawn Like a Fawn? by Monica Sweeney
When getting your child to sleep can be a nightly challenge, Can You Yawn Like a Fawn? uses clinical sleep strategies for a calming, restful reading experience to tell a story of sleepy animals getting tucked in at night.
Cricket Song by Anne Hunter
As crickets sing in the breeze, hunting owls watch over the bay, and sea otters doze on the tide, two children on different continents go to bed.
Dream Animals:a Bedtime Journey by Emily Martin
Furred, finned, and feathered friends await the night, when they can carry dreamers on adventures in Dreamland.
Good Night Like This by Mary Murphy
In rhyming text, baby animals and their parents wish each other good night.
Good Night, Baddies by Deborah Underwood
After a full day of evil schemes, fairy tale baddies return home to spend time with their friends and get ready for bed.
Goodnight Everyone by Chris Haughton
All the animals in the forest are ready for bed, except Little Bear who is determined to stay awake for a bit longer.
Little Sleepyhead by Elizabeth McPike
After a busy day filled with loved ones, adventure, and fun, baby is tired from head to toe.
Monsters Go Night-Night by Aaron Zenz
Takes readers through the bedtime rituals of seven friendly monsters while making each step of the routine a guessing game!
Sheep Go to Sleep by Nancy Shaw
At the end of the day, tired sheep return to their shed but none can sleep until the collie arrives, giving a hug, a drink of water, and more until all have begun to snore.
Updated 12/01/2016