Immerse your little ones in a captivating bedtime adventure filled with soothing storytelling, gentle lullabies, and enchanting illustrations.
This magical book creates a serene atmosphere, ensuring peaceful nights and sweet dreams.
This picture book takes young readers on a delightful journey through a zoo, where they meet adorable animal characters preparing for bed. As you read aloud, you’ll discover the power of storytelling and lullabies in calming young minds and establishing a tranquil sleep routine.
Beyond a simple bedtime story, this book serves as a comprehensive guide for parents and caregivers. It provides valuable insights into sleep training techniques and fostering healthy sleep habits for children. You’ll learn effective strategies to create a relaxing bedtime routine that strengthens the parent-child bond while promoting restful nights.
This book is written for:
- Little children
- Parents and caregivers who want to help their kids sleep
With its beautiful illustrations and engaging tales, this book captures children’s imaginations and invites them into a world of relaxation and comfort.
The charming animal characters and their bedtime rituals make it a perfect sleep aid for toddlers, setting the stage for a peaceful night’s sleep.
Parents, grandparents, and caregivers will appreciate the serene atmosphere and positive messages embedded within the book. It not only fosters a calming bedtime routine but also instills values of empathy and kindness through the adventures of the animal characters.
This book combines storytelling and lullabies. Lullabies are scientifically proven to help babies sleep, stimulate language and cognitive development, and also strengthen the bond between a parent and child.
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I received a complimentary copy of this book from Reedsy Discovery. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.
People love to visit zoos because they love observing wild and exotic animals up close. It makes them feel a part of their world but under the protection of a wall, trench, or glass. Big or small creatures, adults or babies, we love watching them play, eat, sleep, swim, or enjoy the sun’s rays. When the animals look “happy,” our hearts burst with joy. When an animal is sick, sad, or hurt, our hearts break. One late night, North looked out her bedroom window and listened to the cries of the zoo babies. She wanted to help them, but how?
North had a secret, a special skill no one knew she possessed; she could speak to animals. What a fantastic talent, and one that kids will wish they had, too. Maybe even some adults! At each animal’s “home,” North sang them a lullaby. Her soothing rendition of “Rock-a-Bye Baby” helped the baby monkeys drift off to sleep. All five verses of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” was sung to the zesty zebras, which was phenomenal since most people, like myself, stop after the first verse. As North visited each baby animal, she lulled them to sleep with her loving tone. Calves, pups, chicks, infants, foals, and adults couldn’t keep their eyes open very long once North started singing.
North serenaded them with famous lullabies like “Row Row Row Your Boat” and “Hush Little Baby, Don’t Say a Word.” The little girl also introduced readers to unfamiliar rhymes and tunes like the ones shared with the elegant elephant and its calf, the beastly bears and their cubs, and the legendary lions and their cubs.
So That’s How They Sleep is a sweet story that serves many purposes. First, caregivers can teach children the names of nine animals and their “baby name.” Second, it also incorporates songs and rhymes. Last but not least, it creates droopy eyes and causes yawns to appear. It’s the perfect nap time or bedtime story!
The illustrated baby animals were so cute. This story, as a whole, was adorable. My only complaint was the ending. It led readers to believe that the little girl was the only one awake, yet the picture (before the final text) demonstrated the opposite. I would’ve moved the last line, “One little child…,” before the image of North sleeping. It would have given readers the impression that her soothing lullabies even lulled her to sleep. Despite that one confusing moment, I adored the children’s book and recommend sharing it with your baby, toddler, or preschooler.
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