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A Bedtime Bonanza: A Mindful Night Safari in the Jungle - cover

A Bedtime Bonanza: A Mindful Night Safari in the Jungle

Jessica Gray

Publisher: Leanid Dzinhileuski

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Summary

 Get your child ready for bed 
Do you often feel more like a broken record or zookeeper each night or afternoon naptime when trying to coax your little ones into their beds peacefully and smoothly everyday? Well, let this adorable, comic, age appropriate, and valuable book transform your parental bedtime battles or naptime nightmares with your kids into positive, peaceful, mindful, and magical journeys of education, holistic health, empathy, relaxation, learning, and empowerment. 
In turn, A Bedtime Bonanza: A Mindful Night Safari in the Jungle delivers a concise, creative, easy, fun, and colorful way to educate, entertain, and engage youngsters and also instill the benefits of sleep. It not only introduces them to some cute animal characters, such as elephant, giraffe, monkey, and lion, but it also provides general nature facts, animal characteristics, and other basic science insights. It further aims to foster key literacy skills like rhyming, literary devices (personification, assonance, alliteration, etc.), English grammar and parts of speech, oral language skills, proper spelling and punctuation, phonics, and emergent reading development. 
 Join in this clapping, toe-tapping, musical manner as the bubbly book also targets directions and opposite words such as left and right, high and low, and themes of mindfulness and friendship, too. 
Interact with these awesome animals' antics as they find their beds in a giggle-worthy plot that models independence, ELA objectives, behavioral, cognitive, and social emotional development in youngsters through a simple and memorable social story. It's also perfect for parents, family members, counselors, teachers, and coaches, too. 
 Finally, if you need an affordable and effective birthday or holiday gift, then this book will make you and your kiddos ROAR and PURR with delight!

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