|Berger||Snoozefest at the Nuzzledome|
Snuggleford, the sleepiest sloth in all of Snoozeville, attends the annual Snoozefest.
|Cabrera||Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star|
This version of the well-known lullaby travels around the world as baby animals and their parents share the wonder of a twinkling star.
Fireflies have a light inside them that shimmers and shines. But one little firefly is lost and she will need some help to find her way back home.
|Daywalt||Sleepy, the Goodnight Buddy|
When a boy who routinely refuses to go to bed gets a talkative stuffed animal, the tables are turned!
|Dopirak||Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Car|
A little red car takes a final cruise around town before going to bed, beeping good-night to all his friends.
|Dragonwagon||All the Awake Animals Are Almost Asleep|
An alphabet of animals prepare to go to sleep.
|Feiffer||No Go Sleep!|
A baby does not want to go to sleep, even as everything else around her wishes her a good night.
|Fox||Good Night, Sleep Tight|
In this book with rhyming text, Bonnie and Ben's favorite babysitter reads them nursery rhymes before putting them to bed.
|Hacohen||Tuck Me In|
Help tuck in baby animals at bedtime using shorter pages to serve as blankets.
Drowsy animal babies snuggle in trees, caves, weeds, and on waves, but one sleepyhead isn't yet in his bed.
|Iwamura||Bedtime in the Forest|
Mick, Mack, and Molly, three young squirrels, find themselves awake and wanting to play all night like the owl children and learn that they should be going to bed instead.
|Kherdian||Come Back, Moon|
A sleepless bear hides the moon, much to the displeasure of his forest animal friends who miss dancing under its light.
|Lewis||Fly Blanky Fly|
Sam and his blanket have a big adventure until it is time to fall asleep.
|Logue||Sleep Like a Tiger|
At bedtime a young girl asks, "Does everything in the world go to sleep?"
|McDonnell||Thank You and Good Night|
Maggie hosts a pajama party with a variety of fun games.
Easy-to-read text invites the reader to a community garden where vegetables get ready to go to sleep.
|Pizzoli||Good Night Owl|
Owl takes drastic measures to have a good night's sleep.
|Rathmann||Good Night, Gorilla|
An unobservant zookeeper is followed home by all the animals he thinks he has left behind in the zoo.
As family members braid, brush, and tighten their hair before bedtime, the little sister cannot find her bonnet.
|Rinker||Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site|
When their work is done for the day, the trucks at the construction site make their way to their resting places and go to sleep.
|Rowand||It Is Night|
A little girl says good night to a seal, a bear, a lion, a train, and so on, giving readers a bit of information about each.
|Saltzberg||Chengdu Could Not, Would Not, Fall Asleep|
High in the trees, all of the pandas are sleeping except for Chengdu, who tries everything and still cannot fall asleep until he finds the perfect spot.
|Singleton||The King Who Wouldn't Sleep|
A clever farmer wins the hand of a princess when he uses a counting activity to make the watchful king fall asleep.
|Stutzman||Tiny T. Rex and the Very Dark Dark|
Tiny T. Rex and Pointy are planning a campout, but they are worried that it will be too dark.Then they discover the stars above.
|Thomas||Let's Sing a Lullaby with the Brave Cowboy|
Brave Cowboy tries to sing his young calf pals to sleep on a dark night, with humorous results.
|Thompson||Good Night, Bunny|
Bunny says goodnight to flowers, animals, and family before snuggling into bed.
|Willems||Don't Let the Pigeon Stay up Late!|
A pigeon comes up with many reasons why he should not go to bed.
|Wood||The Full Moon at the Napping House|
A chirping cricket calms a worried mouse, a prowling cat, and other restless creatures, helping them to finally fall asleep.
|Zoboli||The Big Book of Slumber|
In this lullaby book, countless cozy animals settle down in their beds.
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