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"A young mouse named Ed loves bedtime rituals, from bath time to story time to getting tucked in — it's the actual staying in his bed that he can't stand. Tired of dealing with their offspring-interloper (and just plain tired from having their sleep interrupted), Mom and Dad put a 'Closed' sign on the bedroom door. But it's only after Ed himself comes up with a solution — packing his bed with all his stuffed animal pals — that he's able to stay put without a fuss. Braun's (On Our Way Home) reportorial tone ('The next morning they slept through the alarm. Dad was late for work. Ed was late for preschool') establishes a calm but sympathetic mood for an anxiety-ridden subject, while his sturdy-looking, boldly colored cartoon vignettes provide plenty of visual reassurance, even when the emotional stakes are high. Most important, Braun ties the resolution to Ed's own ingenuity, and makes it clear that being able to comfort oneself doesn't just make life easier for everyone — it also represents an impressive (and enviable) leap forward. Ages 2 — 6." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)

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When its bedtime, Ed plays games with Dad, splashes in the bath, and reads stories with Mom. Yes, Ed loves going to bed, but he hates staying in bed! Night after night, he tiptoes down the hall and climbs into his parents bed. Something has to be done, but how to get Ed back to bedand get him to stay there?

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ISBN:
9781561455188
Author:
Braun, Sebastien
Publisher:
Peachtree Publishers
Subject:
Sleep
Subject:
Bedtime
Subject:
General
Subject:
Children s-General
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20100231
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
YES
Dimensions:
11.10x9.00x.40 in. 1.00 lbs.
Age Level:
04-08

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "A young mouse named Ed loves bedtime rituals, from bath time to story time to getting tucked in — it's the actual staying in his bed that he can't stand. Tired of dealing with their offspring-interloper (and just plain tired from having their sleep interrupted), Mom and Dad put a 'Closed' sign on the bedroom door. But it's only after Ed himself comes up with a solution — packing his bed with all his stuffed animal pals — that he's able to stay put without a fuss. Braun's (On Our Way Home) reportorial tone ('The next morning they slept through the alarm. Dad was late for work. Ed was late for preschool') establishes a calm but sympathetic mood for an anxiety-ridden subject, while his sturdy-looking, boldly colored cartoon vignettes provide plenty of visual reassurance, even when the emotional stakes are high. Most important, Braun ties the resolution to Ed's own ingenuity, and makes it clear that being able to comfort oneself doesn't just make life easier for everyone — it also represents an impressive (and enviable) leap forward. Ages 2 — 6." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Synopsis" by , When its bedtime, Ed plays games with Dad, splashes in the bath, and reads stories with Mom. Yes, Ed loves going to bed, but he hates staying in bed! Night after night, he tiptoes down the hall and climbs into his parents bed. Something has to be done, but how to get Ed back to bedand get him to stay there?
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