Introduces how different animals and even human babies grow from being newly-hatched or born, through being carried everywhere, to having their own special place to sleep.
From Bunmi Laditan, the creator of the Honest Toddler blog, The Big Bed is a humorous picture book about a girl who doesn't want to sleep in her little bed, so she presents her dad with his own bed—a camping cot!—in order to move herself into her parents' big bed in his place. A twist on the classic parental struggle of not letting kids sleep in their bed.
A child proudly shows off her very own brand new big bed while also telling herself that she can deal with fears about sleeping in it for the first time.
Piper loves jumping in the Golden Grasslands and climbing the Red Rock Ridge all day long. But, when it comes to bedtime, he doesn't like the deep, dark night. How can Mummy help him to sleep in his own bed the whole night through and let him know that she is never far away?
Contains a children's story about sleeping alone and advice for parents.
A charming photo board book follows Elmo as he graduates from a crib to a big kid's bed, and, with the help of his teddy bear David and his favorite blanket, he learns to become comfortable in his new bed!
When Sophie moves from her crib to a big new bed, her toys take some time to get used to the idea.
"This book takes a child on a journey to all the places they wouldn't want to sleep and outlines the reasons why their own bed is the perfect place to sleep"--p. of cover.
Goodbye, crib. Hello, bed! Baby is happy to move on to the next phase of sleep furniture. There’s so much to do on a big, soft bed — lie on it, play on it, bounce on it! At bedtime, Daddy tucks Baby in, Mommy says good night, and there’s so much space, and the bed feels so . . . different. What now? Trepidation gives way to a good night’s sleep in a celebration of a familiar toddler ritual.
Babies sleep in cribs. Do big kids? No! Big kids sleep in a big bed. Every child's life is filled with milestones. Some happen easily; others need a little extra support. Artist and mom Maria van Lieshout has been there. Drawing upon her own experiences, she has created an engaging series of books that are just right for children on the brink of major changes and the caregivers who encourage them.