Sometimes you need a helping hand from a favourite character or soothing story to help them settle. Whether it’s a new routine they’re adjusting to or a case of alleviating the bedtime blues, these calming tales with have them dropping off in no time.
Peppa Pig: Goodnight Peppa
Peppa and George love it when Granny and Grandpa Pig babysit for the night. First it’s bath time, then it’s teeth time and then they can stretch out in their warm, cosy beds. But what happens if they can’t fall asleep? Readers will love cosying up in bed with Peppa and George and sharing their own story time with their favourite piggy family.
Woolly and Tig: Finger Puppet Book by Brian Jameson
Fans of the smash-hit CBeebies series Woolly and Tig will love this gentle book that counts down to bedtime with a soothing lullaby. Perfect for under 5s, little ones will love the Woolly the spider finger puppet that peeps through every page. Encourage children to join in with Woolly, in this bright and colourful treat for bedtime that will surprise and delight.
The Little Elephant Who Wants To Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin
Join Ellen the elephant on a magical journey through a most unusual forest, as she meets curious and fantastical characters all designed to help little ones feel sleepier and sleepier. This follow up to the global bestseller The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep features all-new child-tested and parent-approved techniques to revolutionise your bedtime.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star: Ladybird Touch and Feel Rhymes
Kids can get interactive with this collection of bedtime nursery rhymes by touching and feeling the pictures as you read along together. Featuring classic, well-loved rhymes Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, Wee Willie Winkie, Hush-a-bye, Baby, Hey Diddle Diddle and Rock-a-bye, Baby, each includes a fun question to enjoy with your child. Perfect for children who love getting involved.
The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin
Hop after Roger the rabbit as he gets a little help from Uncle Yawn and friends to fall asleep at night. Roger might not feel tired, and nor might your tot, but very quickly they’ll be stretching and yawning as they’re lured into a snuggly sleep alongside Roger. Using innovative techniques with language and storytelling this groundbreaking, number one bestseller promises to bring peace and quiet to bedtime in no time.
In the Night Garden: Goodnight, Igglepiggle
It’s nearly time for bed in the Night Garden but before Igglepiggle snuggles down for the night he wants to give his friends a goodnight hug. Say goodnight to Upsy Daisy, Makka Pakka and all your other favourite friends from In The Night Garden. A simple and sweet picture book that’ll work wonders on toddlers who might not want to go to sleep straight away.
Panda’s Pyjamas: A Ladybird Land of Nod Bedtime Book
Pyjamas at the ready, we’re off to the Land of Nod! Come on a wonderful and imaginative journey with a young boy and his very precious teddy, where they meet a Panda who needs some pjs before he goes to bed. Can they help? This short, rhyming story is just right for getting babies and toddlers in the mood for sleepy time.
In the Night Garden: Time for Bed, Everybody
It’s a busy day in the Night Garden. Tots will love helping Igglepiggle and friends turn the clock hands on the book to set the time for their daily activities, before saying goodnight when it’s time for their bed. From helping Upsy Daisy get up, to letting Makka Pakka know when to blow his trumpet, this is a fun, interactive book that is perfect for kids starting to learn to tell the time… and knowing when it’s time for bed!