Stories for Bedtime

Here are links to some of my favorite books for Kids

A remarkable story about an 11-year-old cabin boy named Sparks. He takes a journey on the Southern Cross, a pirate ship that is led by Captain Barracuda.

The Treasure of Barracuda
by Llanos Campos

A children’s book based on the traditional Mexican counting song “Un elefante se balanceaba.”. It teaches how to count to five and can also be the perfect bedtime story.

Little Elephants/Elefantitos: A bilingual lift-the-flap book
by Susie Jaramillo

A story about 14 year old Willa Havisham who leaves Cape Cod. She ends up in Troy, New York, where she discovers new friends, adventures, and a new meaning of home.

Roar Like a Girl (Always Willa)
by Coleen Murtagh Paratore

The book is based on one of the most popular Spanish songs “Los Pollitos Dicen.”

Little Chickies/Los Pollitos: A bilingual lift-the-flap book
by Susie Jaramillo

A book about ideas. It compares fireflies to ideas and includes practical tips, free space for creativity, and “spark starters”, to help bring their new ideas to life!

Fireflies: A Writer’s Notebook
by Coleen Murtagh Paratore

A rhyming bedtime story about little Sofia befriending the Moon and sets off on a dreamy adventure to visit her friend. An inspiring book on protecting the Earth.

Sofia’s Dream
by Land Wilson

Being mindful won’t take away your problems, but it can help you handle them. In this activity book, kids will learn to settle their thoughts and look inward through a series of fun writing prompts, games, and meditation exercises. 

Mindful Me Activity Book
by: Whitney Stewart


This easily digestible guide introduces kids to mindfulness as a way to find clarity, manage stress, handle difficult emotions, and navigate personal challenges. 

Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids
by: Whitney Stewart


Opening vertically, beautiful words and illustrations depict the life of Siddhartha Gautama, a young, wealthy prince who eventually gave up his worldly ways until he attained supreme enlightenment to become Buddha.
Becoming Buddha: The Story of Siddhartha
by: Whitney Stewart


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