Time For Bed
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This 21st anniversary edition of one of Mem Fox's favourite picture books is just right for reading at bedtime. The rhyming text is accompanied by soft watercolour illustrations showing animal mothers sharing precious moments with their babies before they go to sleep.
Gabriel Jacoby can't get to sleep. In fact, he can't get anywhere at all, either in his Triumph Dolomite or his life. Everything around him, from his large collection of coffee-machines to his balding Bradford-born flatmate, is breaking down. Not that Gabriel is bothered; he's too busy being in love with his intensely happily married brother's wife. Which is why Gabriel chooses to waste all his time - because he knows that whatever else he might achieve, it won't be happiness. There's no way there, when you're in love with your brother's wife. Unless you remember your brother's wife has a sister...
To the frustration of his babysitter, Elmo postpones his bedtime by doing everything from checking under the bed for something scary to petting the cat.
“It’s time for bed, Isobel.” “I don’t want to go to bed,” said Isobel. “I want to be with you!” Isobel doesn’t want to go to bed; she would rather stay up with her mom, and so she does—until her mom pretends to fall asleep first!
Bunny? Bunny! It's time to convince Bunny to get to bed, but somehow, bedtime keeps taking longer and longer. Let the kids take charge in this book make sure Bunny goes to sleep. Features funny full-color illustrations and simple text. Perfect for bedtime routines, beginning readers and toddlers.
A child’s bed tells it like it is! Bed has something to say. Bed knows you do not like bedtime. And Bed gets it. But look … YOU are not so great, either … Bed is fed up. Bed’s patience is wearing thin. For years, Bed has put up with the kicking, the jumping and the storing of all manner of stinky items. But enough is enough. Now it’s time to consider Bed’s feelings … Hearing Bed’s side of the story just might get kids to want to go there!