BEST BEDTIME STORIES EVER
Author and Illustrator: Richard Scarry
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Five short stories for children to investigate, with a counting section at the end of the book.
Filled with vehicles and mad cap fun, boys in particular have commented on how much they adore this book.
There are tons of things to name and pages full of funny situations.
Huckle and Lowly sing a song in the television studio while fire fighters put out a blaze on a river barge.
One story follows the excitement of a spring day when the wind is blowing. We find out what happens in spring time, from kite flying to seed dispersal.
The stories are playful and but often filed with calamity! In Mr Fumble’s Bad Day, washing machines overflow with soaps suds and the barber cuts his tie in half when he fidgets too much.
Unlucky Day, is really about dealing with disaster and this raccoon is goes through a series of silly situations. Some are self created and some chance. Sometimes things just go badly, luckily there’s always tomorrow.
A Visit To The Big City , Down By The Busy Sea, A Summer Picnic are the other stories.
Kids count along with Willy Bunny as he learns to count, identify colours and numbers and find all sorts of objects.
Richard Scarry’s Best Bedtime Stories Ever is an absorbing book which could make it ideal for quiet time.
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- Age Range: 3-7 years
- Paperback: 64 pages
- Publisher: Harper Collins Children’s Books
- Publication Date: 6 Jan 2011
- Language: Unknown
- ISBN-10: 0007413564
- ISBN-13: 978-0007413560
- Product Dimensions: 22 x 28.1 cm