. It's our goal that your child will instantly relate to Louie's adventurous spirit, independence, and fun-loving nature. Help motivate your child to want to move from a crib to a 'big kid bed' with courage and confidence in a fun and inspiring adventure! Change for little ones can be daunting but have no fear - Louie is here to help! In the first book of its series, Louie is a super elephant who is always ready for adventure, but he's sick of waking up tired and weary.
A Big Kid Bed is Coming! How to Transition and Keep Your Toddler in Their Bed #ad - On one hand, it's hard to believe that your little one is growing up before your eyes and it's the most incredible joy to be part of but on the other hand, with growing up comes change and new milestones. You can be thrown into some of the best classrooms and programs but will have a hard time grasping the information until you're actually interested and motivated.
With sweet rhymes and beautiful illustrations, this book inspires bravery and greatness. Think about it, there's no way you're going to learn a foreign language if you don't have the desire. A want and desire within the child.
Big Enough for a Bed Sesame StreetRandom House Books for Young Readers #ad - Random house Books for Young Readers. Elmo is just too big for his crib! he’s finally ready to sleep in a big kid’s bed! It may take a little while, by his side, David, but with his favorite snuggly blanket and his teddy bear, soon Elmo feels comfortable in his new bed.
Big Kid Bed Leslie Patricelli board booksCandlewick #ad - Who wouldn’t want a big bed all their own?Goodbye, crib. Different. What now? trepidation gives way to a good night’s sleep in a celebration of a familiar toddler ritual. There’s so much to do on a big, mommy says good night, daddy tucks Baby in, play on it, and there’s so much space, bounce on it! At bedtime, soft bed — lie on it, and the bed feels so .
Hello, bed! baby is happy to move on to the next phase of sleep furniture. Random house Books for Young Readers.
Your Own Big BedViking Books for Young Readers 9780670060795 #ad - Bergstein comes this encouraging story?paired with gentle, luminous illustrations by Susan Kathleen Hartung?about an important milestone in a child?s life. A little boy learns that the animals around him? at the beach, at the zoo, and on his family?s small farm?are growing bigger and bigger. Celebrate the move from a crib to a big bed! Chip! Chip! Baby sea turtle grew too big for her shell.
And you grew and grew until you were too big for your mother?s tummy. Random house Books for Young Readers. He is growing too, and soon he leaves his crib for his very own big bed! From debut author Rita M.
A Bed of Your OwnB.E.S. Publishing #ad - Children will laugh at this comical fantasy--and many kids will identify with the little girl who can't fall asleep at bedtime. She soon discovers why. Here's the perfect bedtime story parents can read to children who have trouble falling asleep at night. She picked up her Ted. It's the newest rhyming adventure of Suzy Sue, who is "--ready for bed, just like you! She brushed her teeth.
A cow and a horse and a sheep and a goat are all crowding in and trying to share space with her. She clambered and climbed into her bed. But suzy sue can't fall asleep, because she simply can't get comfortable in her bed. Big, funny, full-color illustrations complement the story on every page Random house Books for Young Readers.
Big Bed for Giraffe Hello GeniusPicture Window Books #ad - Random house Books for Young Readers. Little giraffe is too big for his crib and must move into a big bed. It's hard at first, but Little Giraffe soon finds out how comfy his new bed can be. Sweet dreams, little giraffe! This sturdy board book is a perfect read for the transition from crib to bed.
Big Girl BedIndependently published #ad - In this amazing story, a brave young girl embarks on a new and courageous stage in life. Random house Books for Young Readers. To her great surprise, she wakes up and realizes that even though she is growing up, and getting bigger, there is nothing to fear because mom and dad will always be near. In one unforgettable night in an unfamiliar but very safe place, and was able to visit her most favorite places, she drifted into dreamland, ones in which she could only have experienced in her super magical room, and indulge in the most amazing adventures, in her very own “Big Girl Bed”.
I Can't Eat This Stuff How to Get Your Toddler to Eat Their VegetablesLouie's Little Lessons #ad - I can't wait to buy her new book on potty training. Louie will make a veggie lover out of even the pickiest of kids! At first, after a visit from some special friends, Louie isn't so sure about the importance of eating his veggies, however, Louie decides. Ok, maybe just one bite. Then, before you know it, louie starts feeling extra super! This adorable rhythmic book will turn your fussy eaters into veggie loving superheroes! Because haven't you heard?
. Vegetables are superhero fuel!" this book is INCREDIBLE and worked absolutely perfectly for my 3 and 5 year olds. Alan, exciting, new york encouraging, empowering for kids and adults as well! The illustrations are so sweet and I love that the book rhymes my kids now can recite it by heart. I can't eat this stuff teaches the importance of courage and trying something new through the adventures of Louie, the most adorable elephant.
I Can't Eat This Stuff How to Get Your Toddler to Eat Their Vegetables #ad - Verified Amazon purchaser This book rules. A lot of books show a kid giving excuses for why they don't want to eat their veggies, which a child can just copy and most likely will! In this book, the sweet elephant shows the reader all the amazing things veggies do for your body. The illustrator must have been a zookeeper or veterinarian or something, and the author must be an outstanding mother.
Silly louie as we lovingly call him is a favorite in our house that they want to read daily. My kids are honestly trying new veggies because of this book.
I'm the Potty Master! Easy Potty Training in Just Days!Louie's Little Lessons #ad - A want and desire within the child. We hope to help your child find the right mindset and courage for years to come. Random house Books for Young Readers. It's our goal that your child will instantly relate with Louie's adventurous spirit, independence and fun loving nature. These transitions can often be daunting for both the child and the parent.
That change can be overcome by a little courage and that the outcome can actually lead to even more fun and adventure! We understand that there are many different tactics and tools to conquer transitions and that each household may handle them differently, however, we strongly believe that before technique there needs to be.
I'm the Potty Master! Easy Potty Training in Just Days! #ad - . The same is true for adults. Louie loves being a super hero but his dirty diaper is slowing him down! Maybe it's time to make a change and become. The potty master! a note from the publisher: give Your Child the Courage That He or She Needs to Quickly Conquer New Milestones without Stress or Overwhelm. You can be thrown into some of the best classrooms and programs but will have a hard time grasping the information until you're actually interested and motivated.
The toddler years can be the most amazing, yet challenging of times.
The Girl Who Got Out of BedCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Random house Books for Young Readers. Shirley is a little girl who keeps thinking of reasons to get out of bed. But once she learns the secret to make morning time come, she can't wait for bedtime to roll around again. Beautifully written and illustrated by the creators of The Boy Who Cried Over Everything, this story is sure to become a favorite with parents and children alike.
Back to Bed, Ed!Peachtree Publishing Company #ad - Random house Books for Young Readers. But while ed loves going to bed, he doesn’t like staying there. At bedtime, Ed plays silly games with Dad. Then ed is off to bed with hugs and kisses. The bright, uncluttered illustrations perfectly complement the simplicity of the story. He takes a bath and cuddles with Mom for a bedtime story.
He has a drink and brushes his teeth. Getting ready for bed is lots of fun at Ed’s house. Mom and dad aren’t getting much sleep, so they come up with a plan to keep Ed in his bed. But night after night he tiptoes down the hall and climbs into Mom and Dad’s big bed. Ed doesn’t think much of mom and dad’s plan―so he comes up with one on his own!Author-illustrator Sebastien Braun offers a charming spin on the perennial challenge of getting children to stay in bed.