Product Code: B2D3042
Reading Age : 0-5
Author : Louise Ho Gill Lewis, Tracey Corderoy Claire Freedman, Jane Johnson A H Benjamin, Gillian Lobel
Publisher : Little Tiger
Titles in this set :
1. The Most Precious Thing
2. The Sleepy Way Home to Bed
3. The Very Sleepy Sloth
4. I Love You, Sleepyhead
5. Time for Bed Little One
6. The Wish Cat
7. Just One More!
8. Molly and the Storm
9. Little Bears Special Wish
10. Bedtime Little Ones!
11. Ready for Bed!
12. Bedtime for Little Bears!
13. Scaredy Mouse
14. Dilly Duckling
15. Baa! Moo! What Will We Do?
16. My Dad!
18. I'll Always Love You
19. When We're Together
20. There’s No Such Thing As Monsters!Little Bear is looking for the most precious thing in the world. She finds a beautiful blue stone, a fluffy feather and a soft rose, but Mummy Bear says she can think of something even more precious. What could it be?
The Most Precious Thing
The Most Precious Thing
The Sleepy Way Home to Bed
It's nearly bedtime but Little Hare isn't tired at all! "Let's walk the sleepy way home to bed," says Mummy Hare. As they go, they share a story with Horse, berries with Rabbit and a lullaby with Owl. But Little Hare still isn't sleepy...
The Very Sleepy Sloth
Deep in the jungle, early in the morning, the animals are all working hard... except for Sloth. He just lies there. Isn't it about time he did something? The animals certainly think so. But when they tell him the fun really starts!
I Love You, Sleepyhead
Look, little child, as the night is unfurled, Animals going to bed round the world. As the sun slowly fades and the soft, silver moon rises, the baby animals are snuggling down to sleep while their mummies watch over them. This collection of enchanting lullabies, with its breath-taking illustrations, makes the perfect bedtime book for all sleepyheads.
Time for Bed Little One
The sun is rising and Little Fox should be settling down to bed. But he doesn't want to sleep all through the day, when everyone else is having fun! Just one more play? He asks his mum, and scampers off to find his friends. As he races and chases through the woods, he starts to feel tired. Maybe it's time Little Fox was in bed after all.
The Wish Cat
Holly had a cat flap, but no cat. When one day a star fell out of the sky, she made a wish, and "CRASH". Tom arrived on her window sill. Tom was a scruffy cat with a crooked smile and Holly didn't want him - but Tom was determined to be her wish cat.
Just One More!
So Mummy reads him a bedtime story. Then another...then another... "Just one more!" cries Little Brown Bunny. But there are no stories left! Then Little Brown Bunny has a wonderful idea...
Molly and the Storm
Molly and the mice are caught in a storm. The other animals offer shelter but their nests are too high, too small or too crowded. At last the mice find a safe place, but Molly can't settle. She is worried about their friends. So she sets off into the storm to find them.
Little Bears Special Wish
Little Brown Bear has a very special wish. He wants to find the best birthday present in the whole world for his mummy. And then he sees it - a glittering, magical star. Perfect! But how does one little bear catch a star from high in the sky and make his dearest wish come true?
Bedtime Little Ones!
Join the little animals as they settle down for bed. With every turn of the page, spot the squirrel who’s hiding from her mummy, the little rabbit who can’t find his teddy and the little mouse who’s fallen asleep in her cheese!
Ready for Bed!
Peace and quiet at last, o sighed Mrs Rabbit, tucking her children into bed. But it doesn't last for long! With her youngest little bunny still wide-awake, Mrs Rabbit must try all the tricks she knows to coax her little bunny to sleep. But even if the lullabies, the bubbly bath, the warm milk and the cuddles work their magic, will Mrs Rabbit get her peace and quiet?
Bedtime for Little Bears!
"Little Bear flumped down in the snow and wiggled his tail. 'I'm not sleepy, ' he said, 'and I don't want to go to bed yet.' "Mother Bear smiled. 'Shall we take one last walk, ' she said, 'and see who else is going to bed?'" Little Bear and Mother Bear take one last walk to see the other animals getting ready for bed. Will this make Little Bear sleepy enough to snuggle down for the night?
Squeak is a scaredy-mouse, but his sister convinces him to go to the kitchen with her to get some chocolate cake. What if he gets lost, though, or comes face-to-face with the big orange cat? With a piece of string tied to his waist so that he will be able to find his way home, Squeak sets out into the dark, shadowy hall....
Little Dilly Duckling is dallying by the river when the wind blows out one of her fluffy feathers. 'Stop that feather!' she cries, rushing after it. But the feather is floating further and further away. Will Dilly ever get her precious feather back?
Baa! Moo! What Will We Do?
A new animal, Kangaroo, is arriving at Buttercup Farm and the other animals are worried that Kangaroo will take away their jobs.
Everyone's dad is great at something and Little Bear decides that when he grows up, he wants to be just like his dad.
Smudge the puppy is playing in the garden with his two friends, Nibble and Bounce, when "plop!" a raindrop falls on his nose. Smudge is a dog with ideas, but one by one they go horribly wrong. And when Smudge finally gets in from the rain, he finds one more problem to solve.
I'll Always Love You
Alex Bear has broken his mother's favourite honey bowl. He didn't mean to but he knows she will still be mad. Will she be mad enough not to love him anymore?
When We’re Together
Being together is laughter and singing And sharing each bright sunny day. Its splashing through puddles or reading together its special in every way !
Being together makes each day special – whether playing, exploring or just doing nothing at all. This lyrical, joyful book celebrates those times spent with family and friends that bring magic to a child’s world.
There’s No Such Thing As Monsters!
Little Bear is so excited! He's going to sleep in his very own bedroom for the first time ever. But without his big brother there, Little Bear's new bedroom seems a bit scary. It's full of strange shadows and noises, and he's sure there's a monster that wants to eat him! 'Silly Little Bear', chuckles Big Bear. After all, there's no such thing as monsters...Or is there?