Top 10 Bedtime Stories For Kids

The Best 10 Bedtime Story Books to Read to Your Little One’s And Why You Must Read Them Bedtime Stories. Reading your kids bedtime stories is something that you must see that you do before they sleep, this is not something that you have to do simply because you have to, but it has a lot of advantages that this brings to the relationship you and your kid have.

Some of the advantages of reading bedtime stores are: Expands the horizon of the mind of you kid Develops moral values and social ethics. The imagination and creativity of your kid will be boosted. It strengthens the bond between you and your kid. Your child will feel loved through a simple thing like this. It nurtures the love for reading.

This list is endless, so here l am going to give you a list of the best 10-bedtime story books for kids, that you can start reading to your kids as soon as possible. The Best 10 Good Bedtime Story
Books To Read to Your Little One:

10. 365 Bedtime Stories and Rhymes Deluxe Edition

365 Bedtime Stories and RhymesAge: 4-7 years. This book comes from the same author of Nursery Rhymes for Bedtime. 365 nighttime story book is a well-written book for Kids. Each story comes with illustrations that paint the picture of the story excellently, it’s not just made up of story and rhymes, but poems are also found within this book. The variety that this book offers is something that keeps the book even interesting to the person reading, and most of the kid’s night time stories are short, which is a great thing if your child, nephew or nice if he or she keeps on asking for one more story. This is a valuable purchase.

Pros: There are a lot of stories within this children’s book and the length varies, some are long stories while some are very short, and the variety makes the book also interesting to the reader.

Cons: Some of the stories rather sort of filler stories, but it’s a few of them.


9. Disney Bedtime Favorites (Storybook Collection)

Disney Bedtime FavoritesAge: 3 to 8. Disney Bedtime Favorites has 19 stories to choose from, including; The Lion King and Finding Nemo. It’s fairly interesting to read, from the reader’s point of view, but for the kids, it will be mind-boggling. The pictures will be very great just to look at, however, some of stories are rather wordy for smaller kids so from time to time they might tend to get distracted a little bit. It’s an also a robust book, the page binding is of great quality, and most stories have interesting spinoffs as compared to the norm.

Pros: The illustrations of this book are excellent, kids will be hooked by this book.

Cons: There too many characters in some of the stories, this will be difficult for smaller kids to keep up with.

8. Sleepyheads (Classic Boards Books)

sleepy headsAge: 2 to 4. This is a very short book 42 pages to be exact, written by Joyce Wan and Sandra J.Howatt. Like other books in this list, it has colourful illustrations. It’s more of the animal storybook, and the ending is epic; it ends with a baby in a mothers hands. This book will hook up your kids, the story is short enough so that you will be able to finish reading the story before your young one turns the page.

Pros: The combination of the pictures and the words really blend together well.

Cons: It sort of repeats its self as the book progress; some scenarios are done twice, but the kids will love it.


7. 5- Minute Snuggle Stories

5-Minute Snuggle StoriesAge: 3 to 8. Is very short bedtime stories what you are looking for? If Yes, then this book must be your go to if you want those quick bedtime stories before your little one goes to sleep. The 5-Minute Snuggle Stories take your favorite Disney character and put them in a different adventure that you might have never heard of. The stories are just amicable. The one drawback for this book is that the pages are not strong enough to withstand the zealous energy of two-year-olds as they just like to pull things.

Pros: Very well elaborated stories and the sheer size of it the pictures much more visually appealing.

Cons: The pages are not strong enough, try to get the cardboard version, the paper-pages version will not last.



6. Bedtime Stories for Kids

Bedtime Stories for KidsAge: 4 to 7. This book is written by Uncle Amon, and he does a very good job at it. The five stories; Adventure to the moon, Little Starr Friends, The Magical Frog, Where is Teddy, and Pirate ship adventure, are written so that they spark lots of imagination in a kid’s mind. They are of great length and the settings just engage the imagination of kids, even though to the reader, you might think that it’s not logical. Now, who doesn’t want to spark the imagination train in their kids?

Pros: The stories are will encourage your kids to imagine; it plays around kid’s imagination.

Cons: Grammatical errors are found within this book here and there, besides that, it’s a fantastic book.


5. If Animals Kissed Good Night

If Animals Kissed Good NightAge: 3 to 6 years. This is one of the best books in Paul and David walker’s adorable animal book series. As with most books within this top ten list, this book has captivating illustrations, the stories provide a message to both the toddler and the person reading. The animals within this book are just sweet, it deserves to be a classic in the children’s book category. However, one issue with this book is the binding, it’s not that perfect, other than that, it’s amazing.

Pros: Very well written stories interesting to both parties; the reader and the toddler listening.

Cons: The page binding is the main problem, but the contents on the pages you can’t hate it, it perfect.

4. Wiggly the Worm (Fun Time Series for Early Readers)

Wiggly the WormAge: 3 to 7. The book is based on wiggly worm and his best friends, this group’s cute stories is something to read to your loved one. “Snarky Snail’s Story” is a story to look out for, one other good thing about this book is that it has “just for fun” activities and they do a really good job in engaging the little ones; your toddler will love this. One disadvantage that this book has over other books within this list that the pictures are at the beginning each story, and not along the story, so you will quickly get bombarded with questions like “where are the pictures”.

Pros: It’s very engaging to the toddlers, and the stories are lovable.

Cons: The pictures are not as many as you would expect.



3. Go to Sleep Maddie

Go to Sleep, Maddie!Age: 3 to 7. This book is based upon a young girl Maddie, who finds that most of her toys were not able to get some sleep. It’s a very amiable book. If you kid like animals; usually most kids do, he/she will be hooked by this book.

Pros: It has a setting that most kids can relate to; their toys.

Cons: Couldn’t find any A little story about




2. The Elephant Who Couldn’t Fall Asleep

A Little Story about the Elephant Who Couldn’t Fall AsleepAge: 3 to 8 Muffin is the main character of this book, and like the book title says, he couldn’t manage to get some sleep. Most children will be able to love the story told in this book. However, the book has a slight few grammatical errors.

Pros: The illustrations from this book are unparalleled.

Cons: The grammatical errors are a slight problem.




1. Bedtime Songs: 10 Button Children’s Sound Book

Bedtime Songs 10-Button Children's Sound BookAge: 3 to 7. The Book is filled up with catchy songs, especially the twinkle twinkle little starts song is bound to be the favorite amongst kids. The pictures that also come with this just make the little ones as they sing along to the songs within this book.

Pros: Very Captivating and an engaging.

Cons: You can’t really point a figure on anything that this book offers.



There you go, the best 10 kids nighttime story books, if you are starting a routine of reading bedtime stories before you young one goes to bed, then you can select from these 10 bedtime story books for kids instead of going through of purchasing numerous books randomly, only to find out that they are not exactly what you wanted.

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