There are so many FABULOUS children’s books out there! These are my 10 all-time, absolute, favorite books! Enjoy!
1.Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd.
This one is an absolute classic and I love it!
2.Richard Scarry’s Bedtime Stories by Richard Scarry.
This is a fabulous compilation of creative stories to help your little one fall asleep.
3.Good Night Yoga by Mariam Gates.
I adore the way this book combines stories and yoga poses to help your child calm down at the end of a busy day and prepare for relaxing, high-quality sleep.
4.Guess How Much I Love You (Pop-up Edition) by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram.
This book is just so adorable! Everyone needs a copy. I love the re-visited, pop up version, of this wonderful classic!
5.Eloise in Paris by Kay Thompson and illustrated by Hilary Knight.
As a little girl growing up in New York City and dreaming of one day moving to Paris, Eloise was always a big inspiration for me!
6.If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Joffe Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond.
This story is so sweet and always inspires making chocolate chip cookies the next day! Find my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe here!
7.The Original Velveteen Rabbit by Margary Williams.
I adored this story when I was little and I never grow tired of reading it with the kids over and over again!
8.Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson.
This bedtime story is so clever. I love the idea of Harold drawing his city. It promotes creativity and imagination and children. Exactly my kind of bedtime story!
9.The Twits by Roald Dahl and illustrated by illustrated by Quentin Blake.
This book is laugh-out-loud silly and fun and is sure to make bedtime funnier and more relaxing.
Ok, number 10 has 2 bonus titles and that’s because I love these Little Bear Books so, so much! Little Bear is such an enchanting and darling character and it’s always great fun to experience his adventures with him before nodding off to sleep.
I hope you enjoy reading these books with your little ones as much as I do!
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