Sunday, March 10, marks the beginning of daylight savings time—where the days are longer and the nights are shorter!
This means spring is coming, which offers more unplugged playtime outdoors! But it also means that the sun stays high in the sky for longer, making it harder to adhere to a bedtime schedule!
We want to help make bedtime easier! Here are 3 bedtime stories sure to help put your little one into a restful, dream-filled sleep!
Sleepy Solar System
Join the solar system as they settle down and teach us the importance of a bedtime routine: brushing our teeth, reading stories, and getting a goodnight hug and kiss! Written by Dr. John Hutton and illustrated by Doug Cenko.
"Reading Sleepy Solar System to your 4- or 5-year-olds just before bedtime will introduce them to our planets and, maybe later, allow them to visit each one in their dreams," says Dean Regas, Outreach Astronomer, Cincinnati Observatory; co-host, Star Gazers
"Whether you are an urban, suburban, or rural dweller, Wake is an invitation to children and to the child within all of us to seek out and to remember the importance of connection with the natural world," says Diane Debevec, Executive Director, Women Writing For (a) Change®
Once the zookeeper heads to bed, the zoo animals throw a party, but even animals need their restful sleep! Written by Dr. John Hutton and illustrated by Doug Cenko!
"Cenko’s colorful illustrations, all full-bleed single- or double-page spreads, do a good job of capturing the rambunctious crew with amusing details..." from Kirkus Reviews