[easyazon_link identifier=”0984281800″ locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]Would You Read Me to Sleep?[/easyazon_link] was about a man and a daughter and their bedtime ritual. This ritual shaped their life in many ways throughout the course of their lives. I love the way that the book shows that if we raise our kids up in the manner in which they are supposed to go, they will always come back to those principles.
I can still remember my step-mother reading to my brother and me when we were little. She’d sit on the floor of our room in front of our bunk beds and read several stories to us because we both wanted different types of books. She’s the reason why I make sure I read to my kids too.
Now, I’m a mother and I have three kids all trying to see the books I’m reading at the same time (that is quite a task too.) I end up having to read at least a chapter or two of Jimmy’s books (he reads chapter books now) and, at least, two books of Delbert’s. Then Zeva as young as she brings her books to me (even though she’s trying to eat them along the way.) So, book reading is usually done throughout the day here because it is never just a half hour-hour ordeal here. It usually turns into a big deal. Trips to the library are one of the things my kids look forward to the most. Of course, my kids are used to seeing Mommy reading something all the time.
[easyazon_link identifier=”0984281800″ locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]Would You Read Me to Sleep?[/easyazon_link] has a way of bringing back good memories for me even though it’s a short book. However, it’s a short book filled with lots of meaningful information. It points out that the greatest book of all is the Bible. So, if you’re looking for a good book to spike an interest in the Bible for your kids, this is the ticket to open the gateways to their curiosity.
What is your kids favorite book to have you read to them at night?
Note: I did receive this book for free to review. However, as usual that in no way affected my opinion of the book.