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5 Bedtime Stories You Should Consider Reading With Your Little Ones

April 28, 2020

There is nothing better than snuggling up in your little ones bed with a good story to delve into. Afterall, bedtime stories give a child an introduction to the world around them, they teach them lessons about morels, nature and mankind. Though, storytime is also valued time for both you and your little prince or princes. But, a good story can be hard to come by - especially while the country is in lockdown as we are less likely to look on the supermarket shelves for enriching tales. Well, don't worry, because we at CBC have lined up 5 of our favourite bedtime stories you should consider reading with your little ones.

Sleepyheads by Sandra J. Howatt Sleepyheads bedtime story

Sleepyheads is a soothing and sleepy story by Sandra J.Howatt with dreamy illustrations by Joyce Wan.

This simple tale is not just adorable, but educational too. It will teach your little ones all about animals and their natural habitats - like the bear hustled in his cave and the otter rocking on a wave.

The best thing about this book is it is available to buy as an Ebook! so you and your little ones can enjoy this enchanting tale without even having to leave your home!

Dr Seuss's Sleep Book Dr Seuss's Sleep Book

"This book must be read in bed" as Dr Seuss himself claimed.

There is no better teller of bedtime stories than Dr Seuss, his Sleep Book was first released in 1962 and has been popular for generations - literally!

This incredibly sleepy tale tells of a small bug called Van Fleck, yawning. His incredibly infectious yawn travels all the way through the land, to curious creatures like Foona Lagoona Baboona, the Collapsible Frink, the Chippendale Mupp, the Offt and the Crandalls.

A Monster CallsA Monster Calls Book Cover

If your little one is a bit older but still loves it when you read to them at night - A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness is a heartwarming tale about a young boy who struggles to cope with his mothers terminal illness. As he struggles to deal with his grief, a monster begins to visit him at night and tells him stories about life, kindness and fate.

Trust me - you and your little one will be hooked, and emotional too!

The Three Bears Goldilocks and the Three Bears

The Three Bears is a bedtime classic, it's one we've all been told! There's plenty of versions out there, so just pick one that feels like the perfect fit for your little ones bedtime.

The tale will always remain the same - Goldilocks, deep in the woods, discovers the home of the three little bears. As she realises there is nobody home, she lets herself in and tries out the food on the table, their chairs and then even their beds!

Although it is an oldie, it is a favourite and it has been putting children to sleep for centuries.

The Ice MonsterThe Ice Monster Book Cover

The Ice Monster was written by the UK's no.1 best selling children's author, David Walliams. It is a humorous yet heartwarming tale of a 10-year-old orphan and a 10,000-year-old mammoth.

Elsie, an orphan living on the streets of Victorian London hears a rumour of a great ice monster discovered in the north pole, she becomes determined to know more. After a chance encounter brings her face-to-face with the wooly mammoth, she embarks on an adventure of a lifetime from London to the heart of the Atlantic.