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Back to Bed, Ed! Sebastien Braun, $10.95 (ages 2-6)

While Ed loves going to bed, he doesn't like staying there. Night after night he tiptoes down the hall and climbs into Mom and Dad's big bed. Mom and Dad aren't getting much sleep so they come up with a plan to keep Ed in his bed. Ed doesn't think much of Mom and Dad's plan — so he comes up with one on his own!


A Bed of Your Own! Mij Kelly & Mary McQuillan, $11.99 (ages 3-6)

Suzie Sue is ready to get some sleep — but she finds a cow and a horse and a sheep and a goat all fighting for space in her bed! Will she ever get some rest?


Bedtime Meditations for Kids: Quick, Calming Exercises to Help Kids Get to Sleep. Cory Cochiolo, $20.50 (ages 4-8)

If counting sheep isn’t helping your child fall asleep, Bedtime Meditation for Kids is a dream come true. Discover tons of techniques, breathing exercises, mindful meditations, yoga poses, and more to help your little one fall asleep faster and easier. No more tossing and turning!

Kids can drift into a deep slumber with fun activities designed to help them calm down, cope with difficult emotions, improve concentration, and get restful sleep. From getting rid of the wiggles to imagining tranquil thoughts, the exercises in this book about meditation for kids will help your child sleep tight all night long. In this practical book about meditation for kids, you’ll explore:

  • Calm down — Find soothing meditations that will help your child manage anxious feelings and fall asleep without trouble, like Feel Better and White Light
  • Have fun — Enjoy bedtime with relaxing games your kid can have fun with, like Brave in the Dark, Roar Like a Lion, and more
  • Breathe easy — Explore peaceful activities that help your little one slow down their breathing, like Hot Dragon Breath, Cold Penguin Breath

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Bedtime Stories: 8 Timeless Tales by Margaret Wise Brown, $23.99 (ages 3-6)

This beautifully illustrated, magical story collection from best-selling author Margaret Wise Brown — creator of the children's classics Goodnight Moon and Runaway Bunny — will enchant children and parents alike. It's a perfect bedtime story collection for your little one.


Don't Blink! Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by David Roberts, $23.99 (ages 3-6)

This interactive book may seem to be on your side, reluctant sleeper — but it's truly a bedtime book in disguise! Here's how it works: if you can avoid getting to the end of this book, you can avoid bedtime, simple as that. (It's a pretty sweet deal, actually.) But each time you blink, you have to turn a page. Those are just the rules. So whatever you do, DON'T BLINK!


Dream Songs Night Songs, from Belgium to Brazil. $22.99 CD & Storybook

A lovely collection of lullabies from around the world, sung in the language of origin; plus an illustrated bedtime story — in French, English, and Spanish — about an imaginary journey to unknown lands.


Dream Songs/Night Songs: from China to Senegal. Patrick Lacoursière, illustrated by Sylvie Bourbonnière, $22.99 CD & book)

A critically-acclaimed award-winning album comprised of 14 lullabies from around the world, with a bedtime story in English, Spanish and French. Each song, performed in the original language, is distinctive and individually appealing, blended into a whole. The earth-toned, dreamlike illustrations in the book reflect both the subject and country of origin of each song.

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Dream Songs/Night Songs: from Mali to Louisiana, CD and book. $22.99 (all ages)

Beautifully recorded lullabies from around the world sung in the language of origin along with an illustrated bedtime story in English, Spanish and French about an imaginary journey to unknown lands. The earth-toned, dreamlike illustrations reflect both the subject and country of origin of each song.


Emily Grace and the What-Ifs: a Story for Children about Nighttime Fears. Lisa Gehring, illustrated by Regina Flath, $22.50 (ages 4-8)

What if a big rhinoceros charges out through my closet door and pulls all my covers off and I get cold and catch pneumonia? What if I wake up tomorrow and I am a princess far, far away from home, all by myself? Emily Grace faces her fears and calms herself... and eventually thinks, "What if I close my eyes now and go to sleep?"

Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers with more information and strategies for coping with bedtime struggles.


Go to Sheep. Jennifer Sattler, illustrated Benson Shum, $10.99 (ages 2-4)

There are lots of ways to go to “sheep,” and here to show you all of the ways is an adorable... sheep! This bedtime book is perfect for a giggle before little ones drift off to sleep, just as the sheep does in this charming board book.

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Good Dreams are On the Way. Elaheh Bos, $21.00 (ages 3-7)

Help your child fall asleep with this inspiring, meditative and soothing sleep aid. This story uses creative visualization and guided relaxation to remind us all that good dreams are on the way.


Good Night Giants. Heinz Janisch, illustrated by Helga Bansch, $14.50 (ages 4-6)

This whimsical book helps build a calming bedtime routine for young children.


Good Night, Good Night. Dennis Lee, illustrated by Qin Leng, $12.99  (ages 2-6)

Good Night, Good Night collects some of Dennis Lee’s best-loved poems on the themes of bedtime and dreaming, brought to life by the warm and whimsical art of award-winning illustrator Qin Leng. This board book is the perfect night-time read-aloud for the very young.

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Good Night, Sleep Tight. Mem Fox, illustrated by Judy Horacek, $18.99 (ages 3-5)

Bonnie and Ben’s favourite babysitter tells them nursery rhymes until they are fast asleep.


Good Night Yoga: a Pose-by-Pose Bedtime Story. Mariam Gates, illustrated by Sarah Jane Hinder, $24.95 (ages 4-8)

Kids love yoga — and it’s great for them. For parents and caregivers looking for a fun and effective new routine for bedtime, innovative educator Mariam Gates presents Good Night Yoga, a playful yet wholly practical book for preparing for sleep.

This beautifully illustrated, full-color book tells the story of the natural world as it closes down for the night, while teaching children a simple flow of yoga postures inspired by their favorite characters from nature. Moving from “Sun Breath” to “Cloud Gathering” to “Ladybug & Butterfly” and more, readers learn techniques for self-soothing, relaxing the body and mind, focusing attention, and other skills that will support restful sleep and improve overall confidence and well-being.


Goodnight Bubbala: a Joyful Parody. Sharyl Haft, illustrated by Jill Weber, $23.99 (ages 2-4)

In the small blue room there was a bubbala, and a little shmatta,

and then — oy vey! — came the whole mishpacha!

This zesty parody of one of America's favorite picture books offers a very different bedtime routine: one that is full of family exuberance and love. Instead of whispers of “hush,” this bedtime includes dancing and kvelling, and of course, noshing — because this little bunny is a Jewish bunny, and this joyous book celebrates the Jewish values of cherishing your loved ones, expressing gratitude, and being generous.

Filled with Yiddish words, the book includes a phonetic glossary and even an easy latke recipe by beloved cookbook author Ina Garten.

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The Goodnight Caterpillar: the Ultimate Bedtime Story. Lori Lite, $18.95 (ages 4-9)

The Goodnight Caterpillar is a relaxation story introducing young children to passive progressive muscular relaxation and breathing. Progressive muscle relaxation focuses awareness on various muscle groups to create a complete resting of the mind and body. The caterpillar teaches the child how to relax, unwind, and see things more clearly. This story is shorter making it ideal for younger children or those with a shorter attention span.


Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site. Sherri Duskey Rinker, Illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld, $23.99 (ages 3-6)

As the sun sets behind the big construction site, all the hardworking trucks get ready to say goodnight. One by one, Crane Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, Bulldozer, and Excavator finish their work and lie down to rest — so they'll be ready for another day of rough and tough construction play! With irresistible artwork by best-selling illustrator Tom Lichtenheld and sweet, rhyming text, this book will have truck lovers of all ages begging for more.


Grandmother Ptarmigan. Qaunaq Mikkagak & Joanne Schwartz, illustrated by Qin Leng, $13.95 (ages 3-5)

It’s bedtime for baby ptarmigan, but he will not go to sleep. So his grandmother decides to tell him a bedtime story that he will never forget.


Grandpa Bernie's Bedtime Stories. Bernard Ditchik, $13.95 (ages 3-6)

These delightful tales are sure to help your little ones settle down and drift contentedly off to sleep. Written by a grandfather for his own kids and grandchildren, these twenty entertaining tales are full of positive images and plots that inspire creative solutions to exciting challenges. A lovely read-aloud collection of adventures that the whole family will enjoy!

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Hop Into Bed! Nicholas Oldland, $16.99 (ages 3-5)

A bouncy, hoppy frog, full of energy, won’t go to sleep. He just wants to jump and jump and jump and jump. Finally, everyone else goes to sleep but he keeps jumping until the sun comes up. The next day, he sleeps through his whole day — even band practice and a field trip to the zoo. The only time he gets any energy back is at bedtime when his parents tell him to hop into bed. That he does, “with a triple-flip and a double-twist!”


How Do You Go To Sleep? Kate McMullan, illustrted by Sydney Hanson, $23.99 (ages 4-7)

Follow along as three children learn about the bedtime routines of squirrels, parrots, dolphins, and many more. Meerkats sleep in a stack. Is that how these kids go to sleep? Or do they hibernate in snow all winter long like frogs? Or maybe they sleep the day away like skunks? No, that can't be right!

By the book's conclusion, the kids have imitated all kinds of animals who are portrayed sleeping in their natural habitats, thanks to Sydney Hanson's charming illustrations. Readers will recognize the way the human child eventually goes to sleep — with stuffed animals, a bedtime story, and a kiss good night!


How to Knock Out Nightmares. Catherine Leblanc & Roland Garrigue, $21.95 (ages 4-8)

They come at night and disturb our slumber... filled with creepy crawlers and daunting demons, nightmares inspire fear in even the best and bravest. Luckily, this book is filled with tricks and tips to finally banish all those bad dreams. Created to help kids sleep better at night, How to Knock Out Nightmares is packed with fun, colorful illustrations and witty text that will encourage children to overcome their bad dreams.


I Am NOT Sleepy and I Will NOT Go to Bed. Lauren Child, $11.99 (ages 4-8)

Night owl Lola likes to stay up coloring and scribbling and wriggling and bouncing and chattering. Lola never gets tired. How can big brother Charlie convince her it's time for bed?

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I Will Fight Monsters for You. Santi Balmes, illustrated by Lyonahen, $22.99 (ages 4-7)

Two little girls — one human and the other a monster — are afraid to go to sleep for fear of what's living under their beds. This beautiful and humorous tale is a perfect bedtime story for anyone who is afraid of (or wants to become friends with) a monster!


The Insomnia Workbook for Teens: Skills to Help You Stop Stressing & Start Sleeping Better. Michael Tomkins & Monique Thompson, $25.95 (ages 13-19)

If you’re like many other teens, you probably aren’t getting enough sleep. And is it any wonder? Between early school start times, social media, electronic devices, extracurricular activities, and late-night homework — teens are at the highest risk of any age group for sleep deprivation. And in the long run, insomnia can lead to a host of health and mental health issues — including diabetes and depression. So, how can you cultivate a healthy sleep routine, so you can be your best?

The Insomnia Workbook for Teens offers proven-effective tips and strategies to help you get to sleep and stay asleep. You’ll learn about the different reasons you may experience insomnia, target your own “sleep disrupters” like caffeine and sugar, and discover skills for managing these disrupters so you can stop feeling drowsy and grumpy every day.


A Kiss Means I Love You. Kathryn Allen & Eric Futran, $10.99 (ages 3-6)

A lovely book that helps children say goodnight.

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Little Hoot. Amy Krause Rosenthal, illustrated by Jen Corace, $11.99 (ages 2-6)

It's not fair! All Little Owl wants is to go to bed at a reasonable hour, like his friends do. But Mama and Papa say little owls have to stay up late and play. So Little Owl spends all night jumping on his bed, playing on the jungle gym, and doing tricks on his skateboard — but he's hooting mad about it! Children who have a hard time going to bed will love this fun twist on the universal dilemma.


Lullaby Berceuse: a Warm Prairie Night. Story and songs by Connie Kaldor & Carmen Campagne, illustrated by Brian Deines, $22.99 CD & Storybook

This beautiful collection of lullabies has been a favourite at Parentbooks since we first heard the cassette many years ago. These hauntingly sweet songs, in English and French, are sure to soothe restless wee ones, day or night. Connie Kaldor’s low soothing voice blends beautifully with Carmen Campagne’s crisp higher tones in this bilingual award-winning classic of original sleepy time songs. The13-song CD comes with a 36-page hardcover illustrated book, musical charts, illustrations and lyrics on the disc (PDF files). CD only $16.98


Max & Ruby's Bedtime Book. Rosemary Wells, $9.99 (ages 3-5)

"Just one more story," beg Max and Ruby, so Grandma tells one more and then another of their very favorite stories, the ones about the things they did when they were younger bunnies. Bursting with Wells’ exuberant pictures, this large format book will delight fans of the beloved bunny siblings.

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The Mouse's House: Children's Reflexology for Bedtime or Anytime. Susan Quayle, illustrated by Melissa Muldoon, $17.95 (ages 8 and under)

This picture story book about a mouse and her friends' quest to prepare for winter shows how to use reflexology with children whilst enjoying a fun bedtime read. Designed to help with common issues such as sleep difficulties and anxiety, it includes easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions.


Naptime. Elizabeth Verdick, $12.99 (ages 2-4)

Naps are just a little break ...


Neon the Ninja Activity Book for Children Who Struggle with Sleep and Nightmares: a Therapeutic Story with Creative Activities for Children Ages 5-10. Karen Freisman, $29.95 (ages 5-10)

Neon the Ninja has a very special job. He looks after anyone who finds the night time scary. Lots of us have nightmares, but Neon loves nothing more than using his special ninja powers to keep the nightmares and worries far away, and to keep the magical dreams and positive thoughts close by. It combines a fun illustrated story to show children how Neon the Ninja can reduce their nightmares and night worries with fun activities and therapeutic worksheets to make nighttimes feel safer and more relaxed. This workbook contains a treasure trove of explanations, advice, and practical strategies for parents, carers and professionals. Based on creative, narrative, sensory, and CBT techniques, it is full of tried and tested exercises, tips and techniques to aid and alleviate nightmares and sleeping difficulties.

This is a must-have for those working and living with children aged 5-10 who experience nightmares or other sleep-related problems.

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The Night Lion. Sanne Dufft, $17.95 (ages 3-5)

Morgan feels big and strong during the day with a tall hat and toy sword. But at night, when Morgan dreams that a robber is coming through the woods to take these precious possessions, all of Mom's assurances that "there is no robber" are not enough to ease the bedtime fears. Then Nana brings Morgan a stuffed toy lion, because everybody needs a lion sometimes. That night, Morgan rides a life-sized Night Lion into the woods and together they drive the robber far away.

Comforting watercolour illustrations soothe any scary scenes, and the magical Night Lion will find an instant welcome in young readers' hearts.


Once Upon a Northern Night. Jean Pendziwol & Isabelle Arsenault, $17.95 (ages 4-7)

In this exquisite lullaby, the beauty and wonder of a northern winter night unfold, with images of a soft snowfall, the wild animals that appear in the garden, the twinkling stars, the gentle rhythm of the northern lights and the etchings of frost on the window pane.

Jean Pendziwol's lyrical poem reflects a deep appreciation of the magic of a northern winter night where, even as a child slumbers, the world outside does not rest but continues its own natural rhythms.

Isabelle Arsenault's spare, beautifully rendered illustrations, with their subtle but striking use of color, make us feel that we too are experiencing the enchantment of that northern night. They simultaneously evoke winter's nighttime life and the cozy warmth and security of a beloved child's sleep.


One Minute till Bedtime: 60-Second Poems to Send You Off to Sleep. Selected by Kenn Nesbitt, Art by Christoph Niemann, $25.99 (ages 4-8)

It's time for tuck-in, and your little one wants just one more moment with you, so fill it with something that will feed the imagination, fuel a love of reading, and send them off to sleep in a snap. Reach for a one-minute poem! When the busy day is drawing to a close and the whole family is ready for rest, take a minute for poetry and send your little one off to sleep.

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Penguin & Tiny Shrimp Don't Do Bedtime! Cate Berry, illustrated by Charles Santoso, $21.99 (ages 3-7)

Penguin and Tiny Shrimp DO NOT have a bedtime story to share with you. There are no soft beds or cozy covers here. There are fireworks! And shark-infested waters!! This book will never make you sleepy. Not at all. Not even a little...


Putumayo Kids Presents: Acoustic Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

An exquisite selection of classic and contemporary acoustic songs for bedtime and relaxation


Putumayo Kids Presents: African Dreamland, CD, $14.95

Enchanting, calming songs and lullabies for relaxation and sweet dreams.

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Putumayo Kids Presents: Asian Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

A harmonious collection of tranquil lullabies and soothing songs from ancient Asian lands.


Putumayo Kids Presents: Celtic Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Beautiful and lyrical songs for bedtime or relaxation from the rich traditions of Ireland, Scotland, Canada and beyond.


Putumayo Kids Presents: Dreamland World Lullabies. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Turn down the lights and relax to the tranquil melodies of beautiful lullabies and soothing songs from Africa, Europe, North and South America and Asia.

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Putumayo Kids Presents: French Dreamland. CD, $14.95

Bonne nuit et dors bien!


Putumayo Kids Presents: Instrumental Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

A soothing collection of melodic, instrumental tunes for bedtime and relaxation.


Putumayo Kids Presents: Latin Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Latin Dreamland explores the beautiful melodies that Latin American mothers have long sung to help their babies fall asleep.

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Rest. Elizabeth Verdick & Marjorie Lisovskis, $9.99 (ages 2 and under)

Calming and restful, this book highlights the quiet moments of baby’s day. Fussy baby, take a break. You’ll feel better when you wake. Tired baby, close your eyes. Mommy sings a lullaby. The appealing black-and-white photos and captivating illustrations of sleepy and sleeping babies combine with gentle, rhythmic text to soothe baby into quiet, peaceful rest.


Sally Go Round the Moon: Quiet Songs and Lullabies from the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program. Kathy Reid-Naiman, $18.50 CD  (ages 2-5)

A purely delightful mix of new and familiar songs, featuring Kathy Reid-Naiman and guest performers like Ken Whitely, Chris Whitely, Anne Lindsay, Anne Lederman, Bucky Berger and many more.


Salsa Lullaby. Jen Arena, illustrated by Erika Meza, $23.99 (ages 2-5)

How to get baby to sleep? Mami and Papi will try anything in this bouncy, loving, bilingual lullaby that gently says good night in both Spanish and English. When nighttime falls, it's time for baby to go to sleep. In this household, that means it's also time for mama, papa, and baby to baila/dance, canta/sing, salta/jump, and more all the way to bedtime!

Mami starts a salsa song.
Papi keeps the beat.
Baby loves this lullaby,
moves those dancing feet.
Baila, baby, baila!
Dance, dance, dance.

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Scaredy Squirrel at Night. Mélanie Watt, $8.95 (ages 4-8)

Scaredy NEVER sleeps — he’s afraid he’ll have bad dreams!

Seriously, Just Go to Sleep. Adam Mansbach, illustrated by Ricardo Cortés, $18.50 (ages 10 and under)

The infamous bedtime story for parents (the one you probably shouldn't read to your children) is now available in a children's version. With delightful illustrations of sleepy parents, kids and animals, this is a bedtime book the whole family can enjoy.


Sleep Softly: Classical Lullabies by Brahms, Schubert, Satie, Debussy... Performed by L'Ensemble Agora, Illustrated by Élodie Nouhen, $22.95 CD & Storybook (ages 8 and under)

A selection of beloved melodies from some of the world's more revered composers, that will help babies and children relax into sleep.


Sleepy Head. Karma Wilson & John Segal, $9.99 (ages 2-4)

One more kiss. One more snuggle. One more drink. One more story …

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Sleepy Time. Patricia Martin & Rocio Bonila, $11.50 (ages 3 and under)

Sleepy Time is a comforting snuggle up book, perfect to read to young kids to develop calm daily routines. Bathing, putting on pajamas, using the potty, brushing teeth, reading a story, and being afraid.

Sleepy Time is a wordless board book with bright illustrations that will delight little ones and engage them in their own storytelling and interpretation of what they see in the book. Super cute and appealing, little kids will see themselves in the story, as it captures capture a familiar experience.


What to Do When You Dread Your Bed: a Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Problems with Sleep. Dawn Huebner, $24.50 (ages 7-12)

Using cognitive-behavioral techniques, What to Do When You Dread Your Bed helps children with bedtime fears, busy brains, restless bodies and overdependence on parents. Children gain the skills and motivation they need for a peaceful night’s sleep. This interactive, self-help guide is designed for children aged 6 to 12.


Where's Bunny? Theo Heras, illustrated by Renné Benoit, $15.95 (ages 3 and under)

A sweet celebration of bedtime. Humor, helpfulness, and heart combine as Baby's big sister helps to see him — and, of course, his stuffed bunny — through the night-time routine from bath to bed. Little listeners will connect with familiar sensory language of warm, tickly water and blanket snuggles, and they will be able to enjoy it time and again in this study-format book with a padded cover, rounded corners, and extra-heavy paper. Where's Bunny? will make bedtime a happy time for the whole family.


Your Own Big Bed. Rita Bergstein, illustrated by Susan Kathleen Hartung, $22.99

A little boy learns about growing bigger — and moving from his crib into his own big bed.

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Complete Booklist

Back to Bed, Ed! Sebastien Braun, $10.95 (ages 2-6)

A Bed of Your Own! Mij Kelly & Mary McQuillan, $11.99 (ages 3-6)

Bedtime Meditations for Kids: Quick, Calming Exercises to Help Kids Get to Sleep. Cory Cochiolo, $20.50 (ages 4-8)

Bedtime Stories: 8 Timeless Tales by Margaret Wise Brown, $23.99 (ages 3-6)

Don't Blink! Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by David Roberts, $23.99 (ages 3-7)

Dream Songs/Night Songs:  from Belgium to Brazil, CD and book. $22.99 (all ages)

Dream Songs/Night Songs: from China to Senegal, CD and book. Patrick Lacoursière, illustrated by Sylvie Bourbonnière, $22.99 (all ages)

Dream Songs/Night Songs: from Mali to Louisiana, CD and book. $22.99 (all ages)

Emily Grace and the What-Ifs: a Story for Children about Nighttime Fears. Lisa Gehring, illustrated by Regina Flath, $22.50 (ages 4-8)

Go to Sheep. Jennifer Sattler, illustrated Benson Shum, $10.99 (ages 2-4)

Good Dreams are On the Way. Elaheh Bos, $21.00 (ages 3-7)

Good Night Giants. Heinz Janisch, illustrated by Helga Bansch, $14.50 (ages 4-6)

Good Night, Good Night. Dennis Lee, illustrated by Qin Leng, $12.99 (ages 2-6)

Good Night, Sleep Tight. Mem Fox, illustrated by Judy Horacek, $18.99 (ages 3-5)

Good Night Yoga: a Pose-by-Pose Bedtime Story. Mariam Gates, illustrated by Sarah Jane Hinder, $24.95 (ages 4-8)

Goodnight Bubbala: a Joyful Parody. Sharyl Haft, illustrated by Jill Weber, $23.99 (ages 2-4)

The Goodnight Caterpillar: the Ultimate Bedtime Story. Lori Lite, $18.95 (ages 4-9)

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Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site. Sherri Duskey Rinker, Illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld, $24.99 (ages 3-6)

Grandmother Ptarmigan. Qaunaq Mikkagak & Joanne Schwartz, illustrated by Qin Leng, $13.95 (ages 3-5)

Grandpa Bernie's Bedtime Stories. Bernard Ditchik, $13.95 (ages 3-6)

Hop Into Bed! Nicholas Oldland, $16.99 (ages 3-5)

How Do You Go To Sleep? Kate McMullan, illustrted by Sydney Hanson, $23.99 (ages 4-7)

How to Knock Out Nightmares. Catherine Leblanc & Roland Garrigue, $21.95 (ages 4-8)

I Am NOT Sleepy and I Will NOT Go to Bed. Lauren Child, $11.99 (ages 4-8)

I Will Fight Monsters for You. Santi Balmes, illustrated by Lyonahen, $22.99 (ages 4-7)

The Insomnia Workbook for Teens: Skills to Help You Stop Stressing & Start Sleeping Better. Michael Tomkins & Monique Thompson, $25.95 (ages 13-19)

A Kiss Means I Love You. Kathryn Allen & Eric Futran, $10.99 (ages 3-6)

Little Hoot. Amy Krause Rosenthal, illustrated by Jen Corace, $11.99 (ages 2-4)

Lullaby Berceuse: a Warm Prairie Night, CD and book. Story and songs by Connie Kaldor & Carmen Campagne, illustrated by Brian Deines, $22.99 (ages 4-8)

Max & Ruby's Bedtime Book. Rosemary Wells, $9.99 (ages 3-5)

The Mouse's House: Children's Reflexology for Bedtime or Anytime. Susan Quayle, illustrated by Melissa Muldoon, $17.95 (ages 8 and under)

Naptime. Elizabeth Verdick, $12.99 (ages 2-4)

Neon the Ninja Activity Book for Children Who Struggle with Sleep and Nightmares: a Therapeutic Story with Creative Activities for Children Ages 5-10. Karen Freisman, $29.95 (ages 5-10)

The Night Lion. Sanne Dufft, $17.95 (ages 3-5)

Once Upon a Northern Night. Jean Pendziwol & Isabelle Arsenault, $17.95

One Minute till Bedtime: 60-Second Poems to Send You Off to Sleep. Selected by Kenn Nesbitt, Art by Christoph Niemann, $25.99 (ages 4-8)

Penguin & Tiny Shrimp Don't Do Bedtime! Cate Berry, illustrated by Charles Santoso, $21.99 (ages 3-7)

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Putumayo Kids Presents: African Dreamland CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: Acoustic Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: Asian Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: Celtic Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: Dreamland World Lullabies. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: French Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: Instrumental Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Putumayo Kids Presents: Latin Dreamland. CD, $14.95 (all ages)

Rest: Sleepytime for Babies. Elizabeth Verdick & Marjorie Lisovskis, $9.99 (ages 2 and under)

Sally Go Round the Moon: Quiet Songs and Lullabies from the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program, CD. Kathy Reid-Naiman, $18.50 (ages 2-5)

Salsa Lullaby. Jen Arena, illustrated by Erika Meza, $23.99 (ages 2-5)

Scaredy Squirrel at Night. Mélanie Watt, $8.95 (ages 4-8)

Seriously, Just Go to Sleep. Adam Mansbach, illustrated by Ricardo Cortés, $23.95 (ages 10 and under)

Sleep Softly: Classical Lullabies by Brahms, Schubert, Satie, Debussy... Performed by L'Ensemble Agora, Illustrated by Élodie Nouhen, $22.95 (storybook & CD, ages 8 and under)

Sleepy Head. Karma Wilson & John Segal, $9.99 (ages 2-4)

Sleepy Time. Patricia Martin & Rocio Bonila, $11.50 (ages 3 and under)

What to Do When You Dread Your Bed: a Kid's Guide to Overcoming Problems with Sleep. Dawn Huebner, $24.50 (ages 7-12)

Where's Bunny? Theo Heras, illustrated by Renné Benoit, $15.95 (ages 3 and under)

Your Own Big Bed. Rita Bergstein, illustrated by Susan Kathleen Hartung, $22.99 (ages 2-5)

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