--Summary: Creatures everywhere are going to sleep.
--Writing Style: rhyming sentences
--Highlight: "Speaking of dreaming, / I think you should note / That the Bumble-Tub Club is now dreaming afloat."
--Afterthought: As with all of Seuss's books, this is very cute, with lots of fun creatures that don't actually exist. I think it's great for the imagination right before you go to bed--inspire those dreams!
Pajama Time! by Sandra Boynton
--Summary: Various animals are singing and doing the pajama dance as they get ready for bed.
--Writing Style: rhyming song/chant
--Highlight: "Pajammy to the left. Pajammy to the right. (Jamma jamma jamma jamma P! J!)"
--Afterthought: This is currently my son's favorite bedtime story. It gets that last energy burst out with a pajama dance, and then he is ready to sleep.
Clifford's Bedtime Story by Norman Bridwell
--Summary: Emily Elizabeth helps Clifford get ready for bed.
--Writing Style: short sentences
--Highlight: Clifford falls asleep while Emily Elizabeth reads a story, and he dreams about saving a girl (who looks like Emily Elizabeth) from a castle.
--Afterthought: This is a simply enjoyable bedtime story. The pictures are not intricate, but they are bright enough to attract attention and fun for any Clifford fan.