Time for Bed
Day is done. Darkness is falling everywhere, and little ones are getting sleepy. This gentle book, with its rythmic verse and peaceful, loving illustrations, will lull toddlers whether it's bedtime, nap time, or simply time for a snuggle.
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- Board book | 28 pages
- 124 x 135 x 18mm | 204g
- 03 Jan 2014
- HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
- San Diego, CA, China
- Illustrations, unspecified
Our customer reviews
One of our most favorite books - being a board book means it survives our 18-month-old; and both kids just love the illustrations as well as the rhyming text. It flows so gently I want to lie down after reading it several times over each evening ;)show moreby Pavel Ondrejovic
This book marked the transition from day to night into sleep for both our boys many years ago and now I trust it will do the same for my granddaughtershow moreby Zena Carusi-Lees
I have been reading Time For Bed to my little girl since she was six months old and it is our every day routine now (she is 18 months old) - sometimes we do the animal noises together for each page. We have the light off at bedtime so I just say it from memory and at the end she says 'nynite' and I go out. She still likes to pick it up and look at the pictures during the day though.show moreby Kirsten O'Callaghan
I first started reading this story to my little girl when she was about nine months old. It soon became a favourite and is now very much a part of her bedtime routine, two years on. Some nights she even reads it too me (we both know it off by heart). A beautiful story which is age appropriately written to hold baby and toddlers attentions.show moreby Danielle Lockard
Lovely book - sweet rhymes (eg. "Time for bed, little goose, little goose, The stars are out and on the loose") and beautiful illustrations with a new Mummy and sleepy baby animal on each page. I read this every night to my 2 1/2 year old and she adores it. A quick read - 3 minutes - so good for a bed time routine. I'd recommend it for babies up to about 4 years old.show moreby Francine