Tag: Bedtime story

The Spider Survival Guide

The Spider Survival Guide

| October 5, 2017

Judson is a normal, eleven-year-old boy. Then, one night, something magical happens. When an unusual creature whispers in Judson’s ear, he suddenly transforms into a tiny, eight-legged arachnid. As he faces danger at every turn, Judson quickly learns that being a spider is not as easy as it looks. Wild animals, the family cat, and […]

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DoG & Duck : Are looking for new friends

DoG & Duck : Are looking for new friends

| September 23, 2017

This book is very colorful and bright! Follow a happy little dog and his duck friend on their journey through the woods to find some new friends. They have lots of fun and make friends with many animals! This book is great for children who want to make friends, or are already friends, to consolidate […]

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The Angry Dragon: (Children’s book about a Dragon Who Learns How To be Patient)

The Angry Dragon: (Children’s book about a Dragon Who Learns How To be Patient)

| September 15, 2017

Why Are Dragons So Angry? Despite our best efforts, reality doesn’t always meet our expectations. There is no need to be upset or mad. Here’s what readers are already saying about this amazing, inspiring story: “A must for any quick-to-tantrum kids” — Kim “‘This is a good starting point to chat to a very young […]

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Covered with Love: an ABC book about quilting

Covered with Love: an ABC book about quilting

| September 9, 2017

Mama Dog teaches Little Spotty that it takes a village to raise a puppy. Their charming tale of small families, love, and community unfolds through the beautiful art of paper collage. Also depicted are 26 traditional, American quilt squares. Share this colorful, cozy tale with a child in your life today!

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Little Monsters

Little Monsters

| September 8, 2017

Little boy Billy and his parents have just moved to a new city. But there is one problem – Billy can’t make new friends. Therefore, he decides to draw three little monsters. But he doesn’t even suspect that one night the monsters will come out of paper…

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My Invisible Monster: a space flight

My Invisible Monster: a space flight

| September 3, 2017

The GIFT is waiting for you at the end of this book 🙂 Reviews By Ruby Fowleron August 26, 2017___ Wow. this kids book is a brilliantly executed train wreck from beginning to end.If somebody is starting to read from this author for the first time, the first book they read of this author will […]

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Mission 1: Lost Lunchboxes

Mission 1: Lost Lunchboxes

| August 20, 2017

Students’ lunchboxes are going missing from school – and if the case isn’t solved soon the kids will be going hungry. Go on a mission with our student spy, Agent N, and solve the mystery of those missing lunchboxes. This fun children’s picture book, full of colour and rhyme, tells the story from the perspective […]

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Sunflowers (Children’s Book, Kids Book, Bedtime Book, Ages 5-8)

Sunflowers (Children’s Book, Kids Book, Bedtime Book, Ages 5-8)

| August 16, 2017

This sweet and sunny story about modesty and beauty. Small sunflowers cannot compete with large sunflowers. But the day comes when everything changes. This story teaches children kindness and mercy. Colorful and vivid illustrations will help small readers to see the beauty of this good story.

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Short Adventures of a loooong Dog

Short Adventures of a loooong Dog

| August 4, 2017

Spend a sweet time with your child reading this wonderful book! Your kids will fall in love with it! A cute and funny little Dachshund goes on an adventure. He likes chasing balls and meeting new and interesting animals… and people. This rhythmic and well-illustrated poetry book is a great addition to any parent’s or […]

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Goodnight, Mr.Spy: (Bedtime story about a Boy and his Toy Dinosaur, Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 3-8, Baby Books, Kids Book)

Goodnight, Mr.Spy: (Bedtime story about a Boy and his Toy Dinosaur, Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 3-8, Baby Books, Kids Book)

| July 14, 2017

Alex and his best friend dinosaur Rex love to play more than anything. When evening comes Alex’s mom asks him to put back the toys, take a bath and go to bed. But Alex finds many reasons to keep playing with Rex instead to prepare for sleep.“But sleeping is so boring as there’s nothing fun […]

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