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Bedtime Stories for Kids

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Jan 20, 2021


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Are your kids hyperactive and need a lot of time to calm when it's bedtime? Would you like to have the ideal activity to put your children to bed with ease? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, keep reading …..


Let's face it, children can be a bundle of energy. That's great. However, these little ones need to rest as well and catch a peaceful slumber. In this way, they can get full sleep and which can help their brain development in a sound manner. Countless studies have shown that if children calm down before bedtime, they can fall asleep quicker and wake up refreshed.

This book was written specifically so it could be read to children to help them relax and get into a state of mind where they can naturally rest for a few hours.

This wonderful storybook was conceived to deliver:

  • CALMNESS. Flowing with a mellow tempo, the stories create a relaxing mood.
  • CREATIVITY. The visual imagery herein fosters creativity in children.
  • POSITIVITY. Each story has a theme that encourages a positive mindset.
  • DEVELOPMENT. These beautiful stories will help develop a stronger imagination.
  • SPEECH. Your child will develop better auditory skills when you read to them.
  • And much more!

We all want our children to grow up as well-polished and wholesome individuals. Sleep is an indispensable way to help children develop both physically and mentally. It can help their brains become healthier so that they can focus better, learn faster, and retain information longer.

The author understands your particular concern and has thoughtfully written every story in this book to enable you to personally reach out to your young ones.


So, if you would like your children to develop in a holistic way and sleep better, then hop on over, hit that "buy" button, and let's get started!


Jan 20, 2021

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Bedtime Stories for Kids - Zoe Bee

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A Collection of Fantasy Stories Which Will Help Your Child Relax and Drift Into a Peaceful Sleep


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A Fish Out of Water

Journey to the  Big Tree

A Treasure Grove

The Secret of Skye Peaks

The Mysterious Treasure of Captain Kari Goodwin

The Princess and the Dragon

A Knight’s Quest

The Ruins of Change

Daisy Pocket

A Fish Out of Water

ON A PARTICULARLY WARM summer afternoon, Lee was out by the lake near his forest village, reading a book with his feet submerged in the cool water. He was turning the pages eagerly, hoping to get to the next part of the story. It was a dangerous tale of a hero who was chosen to protect a mysterious family heirloom, learning of the secret powers he had inherited from the heirloom. Lee had just reached when the hero bravely sacrificed his powers to save the world, when a voice pulled him from the fictional world. Hi!

Lee looked up in surprise, seeing a girl with long braided brown hair sitting next to him. She had sea green eyes staring deeply into his own. H-hi, he said nervously.

What are you reading? she asked.

It’s a story about a hero who has magical powers, Lee explained. Why?

Oh, I love books so much! she smiled. She broke her gaze with him and looked around, as if she was searching for something. Shaking her head, the strange girl returned her fixed gaze on Lee. I’m Marnie! she said with a big smile.

Lee, he said, closing his book. Where did you come from Marnie? He had never seen her before in his village, and he knew every new traveler that stepped into his home. He had always wanted to go on a grand adventure like the heroes in his books, but he didn’t know where to start. So, he settled for the stories that people told in the tavern while visiting his small village.

Before Marnie could answer, something snapped in the woods behind the two of them. Marnie jumped up, looking around wildly. She looked as if she was trying to hide, and her eyes landed on the lake in front of them. Sighing, Marnie turned to Lee, If anyone asks, you didn’t see me, she said. I don’t exist! The girl slid into the water, submerging herself completely in the middle of the lake.

Confused, Lee turned back to his book. But footsteps came from behind him, and two men stepped out, carrying large bags. Lee assumed they were new travelers coming through the village, but the longer he stared at them, the more he realized these two men were up to no good. The men noticed Lee, and marched up to him. Hey kid, the man with the brown cap said. Have you seen a girl run through here?

Yeah! the smaller man said. He was holding a blue and yellow bracelet in his hands. She’s around the same age as you. Blue eyes, long brown hair. Have you seen her?

The description matched Marnie exactly. Lee frowned, staring at the two men. No sirs, he answered politely. Just me out here with my book. He smiled, showing them the cover.

That’s a good book, the first man said. Kid, you know where she could’ve gone?

Lee shrugged. You can check my village. He pointed to the dirt path. Just follow that and you’ll be there in about five minutes, he explained. Hope you find your daughter.

She’s not— the smaller man began to say, but the taller one elbowed him in the side, shutting him up quickly. Ah, yes. His daughter. She’s just my niece, the man finished. He smiled.

The taller man nodded, thanking Lee as they made their way up the path. Lee watched them go. Once they were out of sight, Lee tossed his book aside, kicked off his boots, and jumped into the lake, swimming out to where he had seen Marnie last go under. The girl had been under for far too long, and Lee wasn’t about to let her drown on his watch. He swam out, diving under, and opened his eyes. A flash of yellow came by him, and Lee pushed himself backwards, hitting his back on a log in the lake. He struggled for the surface, when two arms wrapped around him and pulled him up to the top. He blinked, looking around.

Marnie held tightly onto him, swimming faster than any kid he had ever seen swim before. Oh no oh no, she said over and over again. I’m so sorry. I didn’t mean to scare you. She shoved Lee onto the lake shore. Shaking, he got to his feet. He shook his head, turning to look at Marine. He blinked. And blinked again. Marnie was sitting on the lakeshore, a large yellow tail in place of her legs. Surprise, she mumbled, wiggling her hands.

You- you’re a mermaid! Lee stammered, staring at her tail. It shimmered in the afternoon sunlight.

Marnie nodded. She reached for her necklace, a small clay bead painted with a sea turtle, and tugged on it. Slowly, her tail disappeared, replacing it with a pair of human legs. She stood up, shaking slightly. Thank you, Lee, she said with a smile.

You’re welcome, he said. Lee collapsed on the grass, soaked from his dip in the lake. What’s a mermaid doing way out here? he asked. How’d you get so far away from the ocean?

The mermaid looked around. She sat down next to Lee, and sighed. Those men took me away from my home a few months ago, she said. I escaped them a few times, but when I returned to my home, my family was gone. Our little seaside village was burned to the ground. Nothing was left. Marnie choked on her words. I don’t know how far away from the ocean I am, she said. I just want to find my family. She played with her necklace.

Lee sat up quickly, nearly smacking heads with Marnie. He just remembered the trip he and his mother were about to take to the town by the sea. They had a summer cottage waiting for them there, one that they visited around this time every year. It was a short trip, and Lee couldn’t wait to go. Marnie! he cried. I can help you!

You can? Marnie asked. How?

The sea! he shouted. It’s only a two-day trip from here. Grinning, Lee turned to her, grabbing her hands. My mom and I should be leaving any day now. We could leave now and meet her there. He laughed, getting to his feet. But as soon as he stood up, his smile slipped away. The two men were in his village. They would see her if she even stepped foot inside. He sighed. Marnie, why did those men take you?

They wanted to sell me to a collector, Marnie explained. I’ve been struggling with them a lot, and they have this bracelet that doesn’t let me transform. She looked around, pulling a small drawstring bag from her hip. "This is from my family. As soon as I’m near the ocean, it’ll call out to them. If those men knew I had

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