Here’s a holiday short story. Hope you enjoy it.
Texas Slim and the Not So Silent Night
By Silas Champion
Texas Slim jammed his battered hat down lower, trying to cover the top of his ears. 1,910 more words
Director: Alexander Hall
The climactic sequence of Bedtime Story is a screwball homage to the Marx Brothers’ classic A Night at the Opera. Attempting to interrupt his ex-wife (Loretta Young) and her new husband (Allyn Joslyn), Luke Drake (Fredric March) invites a cast of characters into their hotel room, culminating with an over-crowded, riotous frenzy. 149 more words
“The Runaway Hug” by Nick Bland is an excellent addition to the bedtime book collection of little ones and their weary parents. Everyone in the family can relate to it for different reasons- toddlers will fall in love with Lucy, the little girl on a mission to share her mother’s very last hug with everyone in her household before bedtime; and parents will appreciate how Freya Blackwood has illustrated a house strewn with the true chaos that only toddlers can create. 314 more words
Brown, Margaret Wise. Goodnight Moon. 32 p. New York: Harper & Row. 1947.
In case your first impression of Goodnight Moon is: this bedtime book looks like a real sleeper; I must whisper, “Hush!” This early children’s book gets everything right, because Margaret Wise Brown chooses to do some things… 301 more words