Just one more thing… and then bedtime (Paperback)
Every night, Dora’s dad puts her to bed, but tonight Dora doesn’t want to go to sleep yet, so instead she decides to ask her dad a question. "Just one more thing . . . and then bedtime!”
What Dora and her dad didn’t know is that once you start wondering about the universe and the reasons why things are the way they are in the world, you will find yourself asking one question after the other.
Dora’s dad answers every question she has, but as the clock ticks and time goes by, will Dora continue asking questions or will sleep finally allow them both to continue dreaming?
A heart-warming tale about how children will do anything to delay their bedtime and how we will never run out of things to be curious and grateful for.
This is a cute story about a very large father who is trying to put his two very small children to bed.NetGalley, Farah Ghuznavi
Because each time he makes an attempt to get them to settle, his little girl comes up with "just one more thing" she needs to discuss before bedtime! And in the end, he cracks before they do...
The illustrations are quirky and very appealing and the story has a great deal of humour. The questions the little girl comes up with are as unique as they are creative. Enjoyable.
The Donkey and the Garden (Paperback)
When Akiva and his wife Rachel walk past a school one morning, Akiva looks in sadly. Unlike the children, he has never learned to read or write. ‘Wouldn’t you like to go inside and learn with them?’ Rachel asks. But Akiva fears the children will laugh at him. Rachel has an idea. She buys a donkey, plants a garden on its back and insists that she and Akiva take it with them to market. When they arrive, people laugh and point at such an unusual sight. The following morning, when Akiva refuses to join the children at school, Rachel suggests they go back to the market. Once again, the donkey…By Devora Busheri, Menahem Halberstadt
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