Shadows In My Room: Kayla sees shadows in her room that disturb her. Her mother answers all her questions about each shadow that she points to, and helps her to calm down and go to sleep.
What’s That Noise: Amber hears noises that disturb her such as the wind and thunder. Her mother teaches Amber to use her imagination by turning something fearful into something fun.
“This darling book will help parents everywhere soothe children who have nighttime fears. Coping with strange shadows and dealing with loud thunderstorms… fears alleviated by logical and whimsical reasoning… all combine to produce a charming bedtime book for children. What a wonderful addition to the world of children’s books!” –Sherrill S Cannon, Award-Winning Children’s Author
“These adorable stories address children’s nighttime fears. My 4 year old and I had fun imagining how the shadows and noises in her own room could be understood. She thought the idea of the wind tickling the branches of the trees was hilarious. We enjoyed a good laugh together and I am sure any fear she had of the shadows and noises produced by the wind in the trees has been put to rest. Linda teaches how our imaginations can quiet our fears of nighttime noises.” –Cheryl Larson