Here's the perfect bedtime story parents can read to children who have trouble falling asleep at night. It's the newest rhyming adventure of Suzy Sue, who is "--ready for bed, just like you! She brushed her teeth. She picked up her Ted . . . She clambered and climbed into her bed." But Suzy Sue can't fall asleep, because she simply can't get comfortable in her bed. She soon discovers why. A cow and a horse and a sheep and a goat are all crowding in and trying to share space with her. Children will laugh at this comical fantasy--and many kids will identify with the little girl who can't fall asleep at bedtime. Big, funny, full-color illustrations complement the story on every page
With adorable art and a rhyming prayer on each page, your little ones will be encouraged to talk with God before going to sleep every night. Begin to hide God s truths in your child s heart by establishing a bedtime routine by snuggling, talking, and praying. This unique board book includes a die-cut handle making it easy for your children to hold, carry, and turn the pages. "
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This book explores the management of children's services in local authorities across England and Wales. It examines residential childcare from a management and organizational perspective for the first time. The volume evaluates how social services manage residential units and offers alternative solutions. The book will interest academics, practitioners and policy makers who work in the public sector, as well as their counterparts from outside who are concerned with the issues of control, implementation, professionals and markets.
"Every bedtime the King tells the Little Princess a story before she falls asleep. When he's away on royal business, everyone tries to make up a bedtime story for the Little Princess, but no one is as good as her dad. Finally the palace maid has an ideaa Little Princess can discover stories to read to herself at bedtime, in the palace library!"
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