Picture books are shelved by the author’s last name and are meant to be read together with a parent or older reader.
At bedtime, a little llama worries after his mother puts him to bed and goes downstairs.
As darkness falls parents everywhere try to get their children ready for sleep.
When Kitten mistakes the full moon for a bowl of milk, she ends up tired, wet, and hungry trying to reach it.
Eager to have a star of his own, a boy devises imaginative ways of catching one.
Animal parents help their babies get ready for a night of good sleep.
A young dinosaur takes on many challenges and wins every time. Then Dinosaur faces his toughest challenge of all: bedtime.
Scaredy comes up with a Bad Dream Action Plan to avoid sleep but between counting stars, playing cymbals and making scrapbooks, disaster still strikes and exhaustion takes its toll. Will Scaredy survive this ordeal? Will he find sweet dreams?
As a sleepy boy decides it is bedtime and sets out across the farm toward home, he meets several animals who, in their noisy way, express the same idea.
Needing to brush his teeth, a bus driver asks the reader to make sure that the pigeon goes to bed on time–but the bird has many excuses about why it should stay awake.
Mother and child ponder the different ways a dinosaur can say goodnight, from slamming his tail and pouting to giving a big hug and kiss.