Visiting Grandma Duck is a fun bedtime story intended for younger audiences. It introduces young children to the concept of adventure while also gently encouraging them to look forward to new skills that they can develop. Mommy Duck leads her ducklings to go to Grandma's house. After saying goodbye to Daddy Duck, they're ready for their adventure away from the farm! Who will they meet on the way? What adventures are in store for the ducklings? Your children will love the answers to these questions in this sweet story! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Diane Lehman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/036485/bk_acx0_036485_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Billy and Susan loved to hear their father read stories to them every night at bedtime. Susan told her brother, Billy, that the stories were for little kids. Susan said, "Billy I love dad, but I wish he would read scary stories to us instead of stories like Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland. They were okay when we were younger, but we are so much older now." "I feel the same way. I like it when mother and father go out to dinner at night so we can watch scary movies together," replied Billy. "Next time we spend the night with grandma, maybe we can sneak out of bed and see if she has any old creepy books in her attic. If she does we can give them to our father to read to us instead of those boring stories he's been reading over and over for the past several years!" exclaimed Susan. "Tonight we'll ask him if he'll let us spend the night at grandma's house this weekend. I'm sure he'll say yes," said Billy. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ted Brooks. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/003057/bk_acx0_003057_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A grandmother's love is forever, and her grandchildren are always in her thoughts. This grandma learns that a new grandbaby will soon be arriving. She wants to give her new little one a special gift, but her funds are low, and she is very far away, so she decides to write a book especially for her new little grandchild. Grandma writes down her fairy tales, poems, and songs that she hums softly to herself as she recalls singing them to her other grandchildren. Grandma wishes she could give her little loves the stars and the moon, but she will settle for giving them this little pearl of great price. Her thoughts, devotions, hopes, and dreams for all of her grandchildren are found here, within the audio of her book. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Carrie Barton - Oakley Entertainment. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044553/bk_acx0_044553_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Nia loves playing with her grandmother Nana, but has a hard time imagining that Nana was ever a child. Grandma Had a Grandma Too takes the reader on a journey back in time with a young Nana and her own grandmother&#8230;fishing at the creek, chasing fireflies at dusk, eating blackberries from the backyard and more. This story affirms that the simplest times we share with a child can create the most beloved and cherished memories. Grandma Had a Grandma Too appeals to children ages 3 - 8 years old, but older children and adults will love it as well. The simplicity of the language is perfect for reading aloud as a bedtime or anytime story. There are also some bonus features in the book: A Family Tree for children to complete their own family's history, and Fun Facts about Grandma, where they can write down their Grandma's favorite things.
Little Blue's First Drive is a story for young children to enjoy at bedtime written in rhyme. The story's beautiful colorful illustrations are sure to thrill young readers of all ages. Little Blue is a shiny new car and is looking forward to exploring the world on his first drive. His parents have taught him about driving and what to expect on the roads on his way to his grandma's house, but this is his first solo trip. Young children will identify with Little Blue as he experiences things for the first time. Parents and teachers can also employ the story featured in Little Blue's First Drive to teach children about what it's like to do new things, being scared sometimes, while also gaining self-confidence and learning from their experiences. Little Blue Gets Lost is a bedtime story for young children written in rhyme. The story features delightful color illustrations that are certain to be enjoyed by young readers of all ages. Little Blue is now confident in his driving abilities and offers to go to the store for his mom. She asks him if he's sure he knows the way and Little Blue says that he does. However, he soon finds that the city can be a confusing place and gets lost, needing help to find his way to the store and to get back home.. Little Blue and Little Red is a rhyming bedtime story for young children. The story is accompanied by beautiful color illustrations that are sure to delight all the story's young readers. Little Blue loves driving around near his home. One day he traveling along a quiet road and sees another car just like him, but red instead of blue. He helps the car called Little Red who has broken down and the two of them later become firm friends. Young children will easily identify with Little Blue as he helps someone in trouble and does a good deed. Parents and teachers can also use Little Blue and Little Red to teach children about the importance of helping others, learning from life experiences, making new friends when you least expect it, and the enduring strength of personal relationships. Little Blue and Little Red is an ideal story for reading at bedtime with younger children, although older children will also enjoy reading the story on their own. Whatever their age, every reader is sure to enjoy Little Blue's latest adventure. Little Blue's Big Race is a rhyming bedtime story for young children. The story features a series of exquisite color illustrations that are sure to delight all young readers. Little Blue is driving around with his best friend Little Red. At set of traffic lights, Little Blue is challenged to a race by a bigger green car, despite warnings from Little Red that they should just go home. Little Blue also knows that racing is dangerous and that he shouldn't take part. Young children will easily identify with Little Blue, as he is tempted to do something that he knows is wrong. Parents and