Best Bedtime Story Books for ages 3-7

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At our house, we’re almost always on the lookout for new books. I love that my kiddos love to read, which is why I am constantly searching for more ways to foster that passion. However, at the end of the day, we have a handful of favorites. Here are our 10 favorite books for bedtime.

1. How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?

These dinosaurs with human parents are getting a great lesson in bedtime.

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2. The Big Red Barn

Written by the author of Good Night Moon, this colorfully illustrated book follows animals on the farm as they ready themselves for bedtime.

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3. You’ll Always Be Enough

Eye-catching illustrations lure listeners in for a sweet rhyme on self-love, making it the perfect way to end any day

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4. Bedtime for Frances

Originally published in 1960, Bedtime for Frances remains a delightful family story. Will Frances ever sleep?

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5. Touch the Brightest Star

Children join in for this story, with fun and simple tasks, such as “blow a breeze,” to wind down the day.

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6. Interrupting Chicken

This one may not be the best option for winding down, but it is certain to fill a bedroom with giggles.

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7. Close Your Eyes

A sweet, whimsical story about a little tiger, who is too nervous to sleep.

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8. Don’t Turn the Page

A cute story featuring a young porcupine, who knows bedtime happens at the end of the book.

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9. Tell Me the Day Backwards

A young bear climbs into bed at night and tries to remember his day, in reverse.

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10. Little Blue Truck

A perfectly pictured book about the importance of friendships will end the night with an upbeat catchy rhyme.

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Check out any (and all!) of these fantastic reads, and let me know what you think.

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