The story about the most boring man in the world by Einat Altman
(Children's bedtime stories collection)

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Bedtime can be a sacred time of day, when the bumps and bruises of the day past are soothed away. Bedtime stories are extremely comforting and reassuring to children and relaxing for parents. Every evening I snuggle my daughters close, one on either side. We leave our troubles behind and enter the world of make-believe through the children’s stories we share.

Making choices can be stressful for small children, who will relate to this delightful story of a man who plays it safe. He carefully keeps everything in his life the same, from the colors he chooses to the clothes he wears, to the way he spends his time. Slowly the man learns how wonderful it is to make new choices, each new choice taking him from safety and boredom to variety and joy.

Charmingly illustrated by Karen Dishaw, The story about the most boring man in the world is a bedtime story gift from our family to yours.

This book is free of DRM (Digital Rights Management)Keyword: Children's eBooks, Love & Romance, Ages 4-8, Ages 9-12, Children's Fiction, New Experiences, Bedtime & Dreaming, Sleep,

About Einat Altman

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Published March 14, 2014 27 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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