Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

Bedtime stories. Do you remember them from when you were little? Or, do you remember reading them to your own kids? There’s just something special about bedtime stories, and so I couldn’t resist reviewing a collection of them for BookLook Bloggers.

Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

The Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury features “Really Woolly” creatures, which apparently are a “thing” I hadn’t even been aware of. A bit of searching, though, led me to discover these sweet animals on cards, books, and more. They’re a product of Dayspring, as is this book.

First things first: I like the feel of this book. It’s a hardcover, and the cover feels a little padded (how do bookmakers do this? Don’t know, but I like it). It’s kind of heavy, which gives it a sturdy feel. On the other hand, it is a bit too heavy, perhaps, for its preschool audience. But, since I’m assuming parents will be doing most of the reading here, that is probably not an issue.

Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

Each chapter of the book contains about five minutes worth of bedtime reading. These include a mix of rhymes, Bible verses, Bible stories, prayers, and lessons about God.

Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

The illustrations are colorful in a pastel kind of way that should be soothing to little eyes before bedtime.

I like this book a lot and think it would make a wonderful baby shower gift, or Christmas or birthday gift for a toddler.

I’m getting a little sleepy just looking at it now. Sweet dreams!

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5 thoughts on “Really Woolly 5 Minute Bedtime Treasury

  1. That book looks adorable! It would be a super nice baby gift! Thank you for introducing me to the Woolly Creatures! I love them! They are YOU!

  2. What a sweet book to read to little kids. Yes, I read bedtime stories to my two daughters. When my younger daughter was about 6 or 7, I would read from the Bible, mostly from the gospels, because she liked Jesus’s stories.

  3. This is another good critique of what looks like a wonderful book of bedtimes stories for the younger set.
    5 minutes is about all that it takes to fulfill the nightly bedtime reading ritual. Wish that I had had it when my own children were young. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  4. I’ve been acquainted with Really Woolly greeting cards for some time, but didn’t realize there were Really Woolly books. I’m sure they would be delightful.

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