This is a book for Milly Schuman, a 17-month old who wakes up her parents every night. It's supposed to convince her to roll over and go back to sleep instead. . . . Update--2 years later. Milly is now 3 and still wakes up her parents. But she loves this book.
If you enjoyed reading it, try "Halina's Book," which I just finished at Storyjumper.
Ben has always loved superheroes and one day, he wanted to be one. A mysterious letter arrives at Ben's house. He meets a man who has all the tools Ben will need to become a hero. And with this, the legend of BAT-BEN is born.
Even children deal with jealousy. We must teach children to never allow jealousy to destroy friendship. Jealousy is a bad feeling, and there is no need to be jealous of anyone. Parents and teachers, please teach your children or students the value of true friendship.
The tiny, multi-colored bean-shaped bears of Beandom are under attack by a monster. Even the King's wisest advisors seem unable find a solution. Who will save Beandom? Can an ordinary tiny bear step forward with a plan that works? The message of the story is: Follow your convictions even when others think differently.