We also have by the front entrance of the department night time-related books ( and a few lullaby CDs) for your check out pleasure. Here are some recommended titles:
- Arthur's Dream Boat by Polly Dunbar- One night, Arthur has an amazing dream about a pink and green boat with a striped mast and dotted sailes, a golden flag and pretty figurehead. And he tries to tell his family, but no one is listening ( or sees the actual boat on his head!!) But soon the waves comes in, and the end result is amazing . NEW!!!
- Cindy Moo by Lori Morganstein- When a bunch of cows hear the nursery rhyme about the cow who jumped over the moon, Cindy Moo proves that it can happen. NEW!!!
- Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak- The classic tale of Max, the boy in the wolf suit, who travels to the place where the wild things are.
- Froggy's Sleepover by Johnathan London- Froggy is excited about his first sleepover at Max's. But weird sounds and other things send Froggy and Max back and forth between houses, preventing them from sleeping.
- Midnight on the Moon by Mary Pope Osborne- Part of The Magic Tree House series, Jack and Anne travel to the moon. ( A research guide on space is available, call # 520 OSBO.)
- Sleepover at Grandma's House by Barbara Joose- A girl has a great time sleeping over at her grandma's house.
- When the World is Ready for Bed by Gillian Shields- As the world gets ready for bed, so does a bunny family by having supper, cleaning up, and sharing one last story.
- Sweet Dreams Lullaby by Betsy Synder- A little bunny dreams of soothing colors, shapes, and sounds of nature.
- Goodnight Goon by Adam Rex- A funny spoof of Goodnight, Moon featuring monsters.
- Newton by Rory Tyger- When Newton the bear hears scary noises at night, he reassures his toys that everything is alright.
- Bat Loves the Night by Nicola Davis- Follow a mama bat as she wakes up for her night time adventure.
Want more suggestions? Try these keywords-
Fear of the dark-Juvenile fiction
Bats- Juvenile fiction ( or literature for non-fiction)
Owls-Juvenile fiction ( or literature)
Moon- Juvenile fiction ( or literature)
Sleepovers- Juvenile fiction