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The going to bed book —Boynton, Sandra, author.

An assortment of animals on a boat take a bath, put on their pajamas, brush their teeth, and exercise before going to bed.

I want to sleep under the stars! —Willems, Mo, author, illustrator.

"Zoom Squirrel dreams of sleeping under the stars. The Squirrels do their best to help make Zoomy's dream come true"-- Provided by publisher.

An Elephant & Piggie biggie! Volume 3 —Willems, Mo, author, illustrator.

A bind-up of five Elephant & Piggie adventures to spark early-readers' imaginations.

No sleep for the sheep! —Beaumont, Karen.

A sheep wants nothing but to go to sleep in the big red barn on the farm, but each time he closes his eyes, another animal moos or neighs or peeps to come in.

"More more more" said the baby : 3 love stories —Williams, Vera B.

Three babies are caught up in the air and given loving attention by a father, grandmother, and mother.

Even monsters need to sleep —Wheeler, Lisa, 1963- author.

What do you do before you go to bed at night? Bigfoot hugs his wooby extra tight, while aliens have pillow fights. Nessie gets a drink, then swims down deep. But in the end, everybody needs to sleep... Even monsters.

The pout-pout fish and the can't-sleep blues —Diesen, Deborah, author.

Mr. Fish cannot fall asleep, but with help from his underwater friends, he finds a bedtime routine.

Bear snores on —Wilson, Karma.

On a cold winter night many animals gather to party in the cave of a sleeping bear, who then awakes and protests that he has missed the food and the fun.

Sleep train —London, Jonathan, 1947- author.

After climbing into bed with his book, a little boy goes on a bedtime adventure as he counts the train cars between the engine and the caboose.

It's so quiet : a not-quite-going-to-bed book —Rinker, Sherri Duskey, author.

Little mouse cannot sleep because it is too quiet--but when he really listens he finds to night is full of all sorts of sounds, so many if fact that it is too noisy to sleep.

Little Bo Peep can't get to sleep —Dealey, Erin.

An original nursery rhyme that relates how worried Little Bo Peep is about her lost sheep and whether she should tell her parents they are gone, as well as which familiar characters she went to for help.

Arlo : the lion who couldn't sleep —Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.

Arlo the lion is very tired. Try as he might, he just can't drop off to sleep. It's either too hot or too cold, too noisy or too quiet. Will Arlo ever get any rest? Maybe his new friend Owl can help ...

The Berenstain Bears' sleepover —Berenstain, Jan, 1923-

When Brother and Sister have their friends Lizzy and Barry Bruin over for a sleepover, they make so much noise that Mama and Papa cannot sleep.

The pout-pout fish and the can't-sleep blues —Diesen, Deborah, author.

Mr. Fish cannot fall asleep, but with help from his underwater friends, he finds a bedtime routine.

Click, clack, peep! —Cronin, Doreen.

All of the barnyard animals are excited about the arrival of a new duckling, until the noisy little one refuses to go to sleep.

Up on Bob —Sullivan, Mary, 1958- author, illustrator.

Bob the dog works hard to make the bed perfect for sleeping all day but as soon as he settles down, he senses the cat watching him.

The napping house —Wood, Audrey.

In this cumulative tale, a wakeful flea atop a number of sleeping creatures causes a commotion, with just one bite.

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