Bedtime Stories for Kids - Uncle Amon

Bedtime Stories for Kids

By Uncle Amon

  • Release Date: 2015-06-15
  • Genre: Early Readers
Score: 4
From 934 Ratings


Are you looking for a children's book that is highly entertaining, great for early readers, and is jam-packed with bedtime stories? This children's storybook has it all!

This is an excellent read for beginning and early readers. Each story is easy to read and exciting. Cute and bright illustrations for younger readers!

This book is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and read aloud at home.

* 5 cute bedtime stories for kids
* Excellent for beginning and early readers
* Cute short stories that are great for a quick bedtime story

This story is great for a quick bedtime story and to be read aloud with friends and family.


  • Great

    By lauraaaaa17
    My kids love these short stories
  • Not for me

    By Tig3rMonk3y
    The book focuses on boys adventures mostly. The boys have great and fun adventures compared to girls playing with gems and dolls. The first story about a girl had a lot of typos and even called the main character by the wrong name halfway through her story. Books for kids should not be written in this way.
  • Very basic

    By EB07201809
    Not great
  • A+

    By Slvodfvldfvkmdlfvkdnfjvl
    My three-year-old daughter Loves all five stories in this book. Her two favorite are “Where is Teddy” and “The Magical Frog”.
  • Sweet Dreams

    By SleepyMama2014
    This is a precious book with good short stories that helped send my little one off to sleep. I really enjoyed that the children in the stories are around the age of my own little guy. It made the stories more intriguing and exciting to listen to. A great read before bed !
  • What a wonderful book

    By uujuuuuuuuuuuu
    This has the best bed time story’s for me. I just love this book.
  • Not very good stories

    By SirSirpugsly
    I would not read this to my kid.
  • 👁👅👁

    By vggnkbdhmkrvn
  • Needs editing

    By Antyak
    Some spelling errors, repetition and redundancy stopped me from reading this to my son, as he was reading along with me. Author describes Charlie falling asleep then the next sentence says “when he was asleep” and describing the mittens and sweater, he went on to describe them as warm at least 3x. I’ll skim the others before I read or I delete book. If I were the author, I’d try a thesaurus or reading the aloud, recording then listening to it to see how it sounds.
  • The Magical Frog

    By Sese&Tara
    All great fun short stories. Just a small typo noticed - Please correct the name Melissa to Lilly on page 25 :)