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Cosy bedtime books to soothe your child into slumber

Friendly monsters and fear–conquering owls make for reassuring evening reads

Posted: 26 November 2012
by Fiona McKim

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The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark (picture book) by Jill Thomlinson (Egmont, £3.99)

This classic tale has been soothing night-fearing children for generations and has even been reworked into a picture book for very young readers. Help to conquer your child’s bedtime worries with the story of Plop, the baby owl who discovers that the dark he once feared can be fun, exciting and magical. Age 3+

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