02, Oct 2017 | Inspirations
Getting kids to sleep is a bit of a nightmare (pun intended). So today, Circu brings 100 night storybooks for children that will make you run to the nearest bookstore.
Where the Wild Things Are By Maurice Sendak
This magical yet ferocious book tells the story of a misbehaving boy, Max, who sails off on a boat to a place where monsters with terrible teeth and roar. The book depicts a powerful adventure and happily ends back at home with hot soup.
Splat the Cat by Rob Scotton
Splat the Cat is a delightfully drawn tale of a cat who learns about school and mice. A story of physical humor and tender moments, Splat is the sort of likable, befuddled character any child can relate and helps ease kids of any fears of school.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? By Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle
This bedtime classic is boldly colored and is an instantly recognizable style of Eric Carle. Rhythmic as poetry, each animal describes the animal on the next page for an evening of fun and knowledge.
Skippyjon Jones by Judy Schachner
In this hilarious book, Skippyjon Jones, an energetic and imaginative kitty, thinks he is a Chihuahua – “Skippito Friskito,” fighting a “bad bumble-beeto,” all in silly rhymes and a Spanish touch.
Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd
From your childhood to parenthood, you can probably still recite bits of this famously calming story about a little bunny saying goodnight to the objects in his room: the moon, the spoon, the brush, the bowl of mush, and the cow jumping over the moon.
Pajama Time by Sandra Boynton
This bouncy little book turns bedtime into a pajama party, some polka-dotted, some stripey and all ready for a dance. Colorful and fun, this book puts a little fun into your kid’s nighttime routine.
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss
This easy-to-read classic book uses shows off an underwater world with more personality than any real-life lake. The colorful and creative fish rhyme is a must.
I Love You, Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt and Cyd Moore
The story takes place at nighttime, as a little kid tries to delay going to sleep by asking mom whether she would still love him if he were a variety of scary and yucky creatures.
Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann and Elizabeth Kann
As pink as it is title, this adorable tale is about a serious case of Pinkitis caused by too many pink cupcakes. The prescription are healthy green food!
Guess How Much I Love You By Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram
Filled with sweet illustrations, this book tells the story of a little bunny trying to express his parent how big his love is. At every statement, the parent of the little bunny replies with an even greater expression of affection.
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