My First Bedtime Stories
My First Bedtime Bible Stories
From new puppies and learning to play an instrument to the first day at school, bathtime fun, colourful pyjamas, a fairy who helps people drift off to sleep and a mountain of cuddly toys, children will be able to relate to these stories.
A heartwarming collection of 10 Bible stories that is sure to be a favorite every bedtime Ideal for reassuring and comforting toddlers at the end of the day, each story in this adorable board book Bible is retold across two double pages, leaving room for Claudine Gevry's colorful and enticing pictures as well as a bedtime prayer to share. Stories include Who Made the World? The First Rainbow, Abraham and the Night Sky, The Baby in the Basket, Jonah and the Great Big Fish, Daniel and the Lions, Baby Jesus, The Boy Jesus, The Scary Storm, and The Lost Sheep.
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This first collection of Grandfather and Grandmother Bear stories is my attempt to honor and emulate one of the finest and oldest storytelling traditions in the history of North America. Native American "animal stories" and "lodge fire stories" are truly the best kept secret in American literature. Imagine yourself as a Native American child at the turn of the century as Chief War Eagle invited you and the other children of his tribe into his lodge for a bedtime story.
Collects eight bedtime stories, including a tale about a boy and his loyal dog, a girl who loved bubble baths, and a brother and sister who are too fidgety to sleep.
John Updike's first collection of new short fiction since the year 2000, "My Father's Tears" finds the author in a valedictory mood as he mingles narratives of his native Pennsylvania with stories of New England suburbia and of foreign travel. "Personal Archaeology" considers life as a sequence of half-buried layers, and "The Full Glass" distills a lifetime's happiness into one brimming moment of an old man's bedtime routine.