My Bedtime Book of Two-Minute Stories

My Bedtime Book of Two Minute Stories Tell me a bedtime story is a cry that can bring dismay to even the most well meaning parent especially as it always seems to come when patience is at an end and minutes seem like hours This book is d

  • Title: My Bedtime Book of Two-Minute Stories
  • Author: Rosemary Garland
  • ISBN: 9780448018737
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tell me a bedtime story is a cry that can bring dismay to even the most well meaning parent, especially as it always seems to come when patience is at an end and minutes seem like hours This book is designed to fill the needs of the child at such a moment without stretching the adult s good humor to its limits Here are 58 stories, each of which will take but two minute Tell me a bedtime story is a cry that can bring dismay to even the most well meaning parent, especially as it always seems to come when patience is at an end and minutes seem like hours This book is designed to fill the needs of the child at such a moment without stretching the adult s good humor to its limits Here are 58 stories, each of which will take but two minutes to read The stories are new, appealing, and instructive, in a subtle and entertaining way The pictures are a delight to the eye and a stimulus to the imagination With this book in hand, you can afford to spoil your children by reading them one, or than one story before they drift off to sleep.

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    1. Gosh, I love this book. I found it on a bookshelf at my G & G's house when I was about ten. At first I was a little uncomfortable because it was British, but now I recognize it as a gem. My favorite stories are "Olly Octopus", because I love octopuses, and "The Green Umbrella", because it's so beautiful and philosophical, about the turns life takes.

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