BEDTIME STORY TIME

New Bedtime Story Time premiering Saturdays at 4 PM!
Join Ms. Heather in your PJs for a calm, relaxing story time before bed.

 

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 10/31/20 
Halloween Good Night
By Doug Cushman

On Halloween night, monsters, from hairy werewolves on the moors to scaly swamp creatures in a black lagoon, say goodnight to their mommies and daddies.
(Story read with permission by Henry Holt & Co)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 10/24/20 
Are You My Monster?
By Amanda Noll

A young boy compares a drawing of his monster--depicted with a long tail, pointy nails, and big teeth--with various other monsters until he finds the perfect match.
(Story read with permission by Flashlight Press)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 10/17/20 
Little Quack's Bedtime
By Lauren Thompson

A mother duck tries to persuade her five ducklings to go to sleep on a dark night.
(Story read with permission by Little Simon)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 10/10/20 
Boom! Boom! Boom!
By Jamie A. Swenson

On a stormy night, a child snuggles into bed with a book and a teddy bear but is soon joined by one dog, one cat, and more until the child, and the bed, reach their limit.
(Story read with permission by Farrar, Straus, & Giroux)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 10/03/20 
Good Night, Little Blue Truck
By Alice Shertle

A storm is brewing and Little Blue Truck and his good friend Toad are hurrying home for bed. But who can sleep with all that racket? It's not long before other friends show up seeking safety from the storm. Thunder and lightening sure can be scary, but it's easy to be brave together. When the clouds roll on and the sky is clear, it's all aboard for a bedtime ride! Beep! Beep! Shhh.
(Story read with permission by HMH Books for Young Readers)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 09/26/20 
Fiona, It's Bedtime
By Zondervan

It’s time to go to bed and Fiona can’t fall asleep until she’s said “GOODNIGHT” to all her animal friends at the zoo.
(Story read with permission by Zonderkidz)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 09/19/20 
Goodnight Pirate
By Michelle Robinson

In Goodnight Pirate, kids can say goodnight to everything from parrots to spyglasses to crow's nests, because it's time for rest.
(Story read with permission by B.E.S.)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 09/12/20 
Llama Llama Gram and Grandpa
By Anna Dewdney

Spending the night at Gram and Grandpa's house, Llama Llama discovers that he cannot sleep because he has left Fuzzy Llama at home, but Grandpa soon comes up with a solution to replace the stuffed toy.
(Story read with permission by Viking Books for Young Readers)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 09/05/20 
Whooo's There?
By Mary Serfozo

An inquisitive owl keeps track of the comings and goings of woodland creatures all night long.
(Story read with permission by Random House Books for Young Readers)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 08/29/20 
Biscuit Goes Camping
By Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Biscuit the puppy camps out in the backyard.
(Story read with permission by HarperCollins)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 08/22/20 
Shhhhh! Everybody's Sleeping
By Julie Markes

A young child is encouraged to go to sleep by the thought of everyone else sleeping, from teacher to baker to postman.
(Story read with permission by HarperCollins)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 08/15/20 
Go Sleep in Your Own Bed!
By Candace Fleming

When Pig plops into his sty at bedtime, he finds Cow sleeping there and must send her off to her stall, setting off a chain reaction of animals being awakened to move to their own beds.
(Story read with permission by Schwartz & Wade)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 08/08/20 
If Animals Kissed Goodnight
By Ann Whitford Paul

If animals kissed good night like we do...how would they do it? Giraffe and his calf would stretch their necks high, Wolf and his pup would kiss and then HOWL, and Sloth and her baby would move sooooo sloooowwwww. And across the animal kingdom, every creature would share love in a unique way.
(Story read with permission by Farrar, Straus, & Giroux)

ONLINE BEDTIME STORY TIME: 08/01/20 
Someone's Sleepy
By Deborah Lee Rose

A mother readies her child for bed as they do nighttime rituals like taking a bath and brushing teeth. Once tucked under the covers with stuffed animals and a nightlight, the child is lulled to sleep.
(Story read with permission by Harry N. Abrams)