Shopping Cart : 0 Items
 
Home    Books    The Time-For-Bed Angel
The Time-For-Bed Angel
The Time-For-Bed Angel
 
Write a Review
Author : Ronica Stromberg
Publisher : Lion UK
ISBN# : 9780745960661
Pages : 32
Price :INR 1003
Offer Price:INR 893
 
This book available on request
Buy
 
Book Description

Andrew doesnt want to sleep; he just wants to run and play and make mischief. Andrews guardian angel has to work very hard to keep him safe until he finally snuggles down to sleep. This is a charming bedtime book for all mischievous toddlers that will reassure them that love encircles them all through the day and night.



Reviews

The author of this book came to our childrens school to visit with them about how to write a book. She personalize and signed the book for both my son and my daughter. It was great to meet her. I happened to be substituting at school that day and she sat and ate lunch with me.
Reviewed by Cayden (age 4 ½) and Max (age 2 ½) Aures and Mom for Reader Views (3/09)

"The Time-for-bed Angel" is about a guardian angel, Sam, who watches over a very mischievous little boy named Andrew. For every mess that Andrew makes, Sam is right behind him to sort everything out.

Cayden: "This book was funny! That boy did some pretty naughty things. Some of that stuff Max and I do! Like Max always squeezes out the toothpaste and I always put all my animals in order on my bed. That angel must be really tired to run around after him! I liked the pictures of all of the things the boy did."

Max: "I look for my bear before bed like the boy did. He has a bear like mine. I squeeze toothpaste on the counter, not on the floor. I liked when he blew bubbles in his milk."

Parents comments:

My boys could completely relate to "The Time-for-bed Angel." As they stated, most of the things that Andrew did in the book they themselves do as well. The illustrations in the book were great and really fun to look at. "The Time-for-bed Angel" by Ronica Stromberg is a wonderful bedtime story!

Ronica Stromberg takes a playful look at what a guardian angel must do to keep up with a child, particularly a little boy named Andrew, in The Time-for-bed Angel. Andrews guardian angel, Sam, watches over him day and night, through all Andrews daily adventures. Andrew is a mischievous lad, who gets himself into all kinds of messes throughout the day that Sam must continually "sort out." By the time Andrew is ready for bed, Sam is too.

The text is minimal. The story starts out, "Andrew could ruffle the feathers of an angel. And he did." The words dont explain whats going on, but the lively illustrations by Kristina Stephenson sure do, as we can see Sam hovering in the background, trying to keep up with his charge.

What I Like: I like a story for young children about angels that is written in a way children can understand. As mentioned, there are very few words, but there are lots of pictures to convey the message clearly that its not easy for a guardian angel to keep up with a young child. Children will understand the message just by looking at the pictures.

And, this is a great bedtime book for little ones.

What I Dislike: I like the story and the illustrations, I just think it would have been nice if the author had included some Biblical reference about angels on the title page.

Age Appeal: 2-5.

Overall Rating: Very good.

Christine M. Irvin - Christian Childrens Book Review
So many bedtime stories have monsters in the closet or monsters under the bed. Even if the authors try to say that these are "good" monsters, children can still be scared by them. I was happy to find "The Time-for-Bed Angel" because it has a angel instead of a monster in the story. The angel is gentle, loving, and sweet. My little girl likes the idea of such an angel caring for her. I think this book can help kids feel good about going to bed. Also, the little boy in the book yawns a couple of times, and everyone knows how catchy that is. I like how the book ends with a snore.
This is a really cute bedtime story about a guardian angel and the busy boy he keeps watch over. My son and I both laughed
 
DISCLAIMER
  • The book summary and image may vary as per the binding and edition available of the same title.
  • Book reviews are added by registered customers. They need not necessarily have read or bought the book.
  • These books are not available for reading online from this website or for free download in PDF or ebook format.
  • Price can change or vary due to reprinting, price change by publisher or sourcing cost change for imported books.
  • The presently available edition will only be supplied at the present best possible price.
Hot Sellers
  • Exit West
    INR 599
    INR 533
  • The Land of Stories: The Wishi...
    INR 499
    INR 444
  • How the BJP wins: Inside India...
    INR 399
    INR 355
  • Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
    INR 799
    INR 711
  • How India Sees the World: Kaut...
    INR 599
    INR 533
  • The Greatest Urdu Stories Ever Told
    INR 699
    INR 622
  • The World’s Worst Children - 2
    INR 599
    INR 533
  • Remnants of a Separation: A Hi...
    INR 799
    INR 711
  • The Golden House
    INR 699
    INR 622
  • National Geographic Kids Alman...
    INR 699
    INR 622
  • The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
    INR 599
    INR 533
  • I Do What I Do
    INR 699
    INR 622
  • A Legacy of Spies
    INR 599
    INR 533
  • Alex Rider 11: Never Say Die
    INR 399
    INR 355
  • Evolving with Subramanian Swam...
    INR 699
    INR 622