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Delightful rhymes illustrated with gentle humour that inspire parents: soothing ways to send our little ones off to dreamland!
| 24 months +
Do animals really sleep just like people? Some do, but many don’t! The bat uses its feet to hang upside down from the rafters to sleep, the baby rabbits huddle together in their warren, the lamb sleeps in the meadow near its mummy and the calf lies safe and warm in the stable. And where do children dream the sweetest dreams?
Light-hearted rhymes from the masterly Paul Maar and amusing, adorable illustrations from Dagmar Geisler!
| 12 months +
Conny, the kangaroo has hiccups and just cannot get off to sleep. And before she goes to sleep, Kitty the kitten wants something to drink, to look for her toy mouse, and then she wants her mummy to sing her a song. And Susi the piglet is wrapped up warm in a blanket of straw because she’s got a temperature. At the end of the story, the baby animals are all asleep – and so are Conny’s hiccups, just like Kitty’s mummy.
When all the Animals Head for Bed is sure to send all young human children happily off to dreamland.
| 3 +
You can clearly see in the moon’s soft light
How baby animals sleep at night.
A kiss, a cuddle, a nuzzling nose,
And very soon their eyes will close.
This is what the animals do.
Do you like kisses and cuddles too?
How does the lion say goodnight? What does the baby mouse like best before he falls contentedly asleep? The animal children and their parents cuddle up close before they go to sleep at night just like young human children do. An absolute favourite for every child’s goodnight ritual! Eight goodnight scenes with beautiful pictures and lovely rhymes to join in with.
24 months +
How does the lion say goodnight? How does the owl rock her young to sleep? And how does the mouse get her mouse child to nod off? Tender goodnight rituals invite imitation and are crowned with a nice, cuddly goodnight kiss.
An enchanting bedtime book with quality special effects. Fluffy sensory elements for sleepy children to stroke complete the bedtime rituals.
| 24 months +
What’s going on today? First there’s a beaver in the bed, then there’s a porcupine, an ostrich and even a circus clown! They are all either far too big or far too prickly to be cuddly. But then along comes the fluffy, white sheep – and now all the children know it’s time to go to sleep. It’s so lovely to have a visitor! Amusing rhymes to join in with. Wonderful for bedtime rituals! | 24 months +
Why don't sharks have to go to the dentist? Why don't penguins get cold feet? Where is the wind, when it's not blowing? Children are never shy about asking questions. Adults, however, are not always quite so forthcoming with the answers – not least as they don't always know them! However, these clever and amusing stories will help to plug the gaps. | 5 +
When it's time to go to sleep, there's nothing nicer than ending the day with a cuddle in bed. But before little eyes start to shut, it's time for a bedtime story or gentle song. How lovely, then, that the tender rhymes in this story can be sung to the melody of Brahms' famous Lullaby as well as being read aloud.
• Soothing bedtime book.
• The rhymes can be sung to the melody of Brahms' Lullaby.
• Promotes calm evening rituals and good sleep habits.
18 months +
It’s never too soon for young listeners to share the joy of reading aloud. In this book of short stories about sleep and dreaming, all mums and dads and grannies and grandpas will find something to encourage little ones to drift off to sleep. Stefan can’t sleep without his cuddly dragon - but oh dear! He can’t find it. However, dreaming will sort it all out. The children in these stories all dream their favourite dream: Jenny dreams about being a firefighter, Pauline dreams her dream of sheep, and Konstantin dreams about his dad the monster-slayer…
Delightful read-aloud stories in a practical format.
Popular series, reasonably priced. | 24 months +
With the right read-aloud story, children will enjoy going to sleep. This book is an anthology of everything small children need to become big dreamers. Everything is here, from a crazy fairy sleepover to amusing ghost adventures in kindergarten to a thrilling night in a tent in your own garden. Complemented by dreamy, poetic, amusing and ravishing illustrations, these bedtime stories will sweeten sleepy-time for tired little listeners. | 4 +
The baby hares still have so much to do. They have great fun charging about, eating and scrubbing their teeth – and then first their left and then their right leg has to go into their pyjama trousers. At last, they’re all ready – but where’s the cuddly toy? But then finally, in all the excitement, one by one the little hares’ eyes fall shut.
A humorous look at the usual evening family hullaballoo by bestselling author Christiane Hansen. Large format and colourful pictures packed with details.
| 24 months +
Enchanting, magical pictures
Goodnight story full of warmth and a sense of cosy security
| 4 +
| 12 months +
Agatha is a little owl. Strictly speaking, Agatha is a little night owl. She sleeps by day and by night she’s awake – normally. But today everything is different. Today Agatha plans to stay awake all day long, so that she can play with her friends from morn till night. But in the course of the day, Agatha becomes terribly tired and constantly has to yawn. Maybe an icy dip in the river will help? Or some coffee? Or a fright? Or jumping from a tree? Agatha’s friends have plenty of ideas – including a daring rescue operation. Do their ideas work? Well, in the end it’s not Agatha who falls asleep smiling peacefully.
| 4 +
Mats & Frida – first companions for little board book fans
In popular photo look
Mats & Frida are characters to fall in love with straight away
The first in a new series: set in a miniature world of felt figures
| 12 months +
A clumsy little bear takes a walk at night. A bedtime story full of humour and charm.
All the animals are asleep. Or are they? Wait, there’s someone wandering through the woods! If only Bumbly Bear could at least be quiet about it … But no, he bumps his paw, falls down a hill and growls with fright when a pine cone falls on his head. This wakes up all the other animals. Not until the sun rises is Bumbly Bear tired enough to fall asleep – while all the other animals greet the new day.
| 4 +
It’s Samira’s first sleepover at Granny and Grandpa’s house. This takes courage – and the fantastic snuggly den which Grandpa makes for her. In another story, the Squirrel family is preparing to hibernate. Max learns how important sleep is when his mother develops a high temperature. Max knows what will help: Mum needs to sleep – and she wakes up well again the next morning. Even the zoo’s inhabitants find their eyelids drooping in this warmly narrated and richly illustrated bedtime story. Read-aloud stories for little ones, with chunky board pages and rounded edges suitable for small hands. | 24 months +