365 Bedtime Stories

Kobo ebook | March 2, 2011

byChristine Allison

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Arranged as a lively journey through the year, 365 Bedtime Stories includes stories for every mood, occasion, and day of the year. There are stories celebrating the New Year, beginnings and second chances, myths about the arrival of spring, foolhardy stories for April, tales of independence for July, spooky tales for October nights, soothing tales for difficult days, tales of gratitude and thanksgiving, and miracles for the year end. Although each story is designed to be read aloud, the charming drawings and sidebars on storytelling that accompany them are likely to inspire both readers and listeners to add their own imaginative embellishments along the way.

Designed for children from ages 2 to 10 years old, these entertaining stories are short enough (one-half to one-and-a-half pages long) to make it easy for readers to agree to the "just one more story" their listeners are sure to request.


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Arranged as a lively journey through the year, 365 Bedtime Stories includes stories for every mood, occasion, and day of the year. There are stories celebrating the New Year, beginnings and second chances, myths about the arrival of spring, foolhardy stories for April, tales of independence for July, spooky tales for October nights, so...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 2, 2011Publisher:Crown/ArchetypeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0307755185

ISBN - 13:9780307755186

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from An unsatisfied Dad While I was generally pleased with this book I was disappointed as well. As the name indicates one would expect to discover 365 stories. This is not the case. In several instances a variation on the original is suggested, pretty difficult to explain this to a little one. Also, while it would be impossible to have 365 stories of equal length in any collection some of these tales are simply too short to even qualify as a story A single paragraph or two or three does not constitute a bedtime story in my opinion. Reading these short stories invariably disappoints your listeners and I have three of them. It puts them in an unsatisfied mood not conducive to sleep. All is not bad though. We have enjoyed many of the selections and will go back to the book from time to time.
Date published: 2004-05-10