Top 5 Bedtime Sto­ries

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The Best Books for Your Night­time Rou­tine

One of the most ben­e­fi­cial ac­tiv­i­ties you can do with a child is to read to them. Stud­ies have shown that read­ing to your child, start­ing from in­fancy, can in­crease their read­ing abil­ity and im­prove cog­ni­tive func­tion. Read­ing con­tin­ues to pos­i­tively im­pact chil­dren’s learn­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties un­til they are around ten or eleven years old.

Read­ing to­gether is a won­der­ful op­por­tu­nity for par­ents and chil­dren to slow down, con­nect, learn and grow. There are thou­sands of books to choose from and they cover every genre and topic you can imag­ine. The most com­mon time of day to read to­gether is at night and it can be help­ful to find sto­ries that fa­cil­i­tate the goal of bedtime. The list be­low de­tails five great bedtime sto­ries for kids that you should con­sider adding to your col­lec­tion:

On the Night You Were Born by Nancy Till­man

A par­ent re­calls the world on the night of their child’s birth and how all crea­tures cel­e­brated their ar­rival.

The I Love You Book by Todd Parr

This book il­lus­trates how, no mat­ter what, love re­mains con­stant through the happy times, sad times, and all the times in be­tween.

Where the Wild Things Are by Mau­rice Sen­dak

A young boy is sent to bed with­out sup­per and finds him­self in a world of wild things.

Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBrat­ney

A young bunny tries to ex­press just how much they love their par­ent, but their par­ent can al­ways show it just a lit­tle bit more.

The Go­ing to Bed Book by San­dra Boyn­ton

A crew of an­i­mals walk the reader through their silly bedtime rou­tine.

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