Need a bedtime story for kids?
What do these next sentences have in common? 1) Henry was a hippo. And I don’t know if you know this, but hippos are HUGE. So when a huge hippo has a problem,” it’s a huge problem. 2) Before there were created things like water and fresh air…No world or human beings were existing anywhere. 3) Daren was a dreamer. In fact, his name means “born at night.” 4) “C’mon Andy,”Danny grumbled to himself. “Where are you? This ain’t funny. If we don’t get this protein built super fast, our human could faint. Or worse. C’mon dude, I need your half of the code!”- You might have guessed…each one of those is an opening line to a bedtime story for kids?
Each bedtime story for kids is based on colorful imagination.
Filled with flights of fancy without much connection to reality. Just like dreams. In fact, that’s why I wrote them the way I did. So they’d sound like dreams. In dreams you can fly, swim underwater without coming up for air, and just about anything you can’t do in real life. Then, you get to wake up and use your imagination to make your dreams come true.
By the way, you can find these bedtime stories, and other books I’ve written for kids (adults too), below. Thank you for your support, and here’s to making dreams come true.
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