Our night time routines always involve relaxing music,a cup of warm milk, a bedtime story and prayers. Although the kids don’t always look forward to bed, they always look forward to their warm milk or leche, bedtime stories and their prayers.
Earlier this week I received a copy of the bilingual book, Las Olas de La Luna/The Waves of the Moon from el Maestro Del Vaso Medio Lleno. We are striving to be a bilingual family and this book received a welcome reception from the kiddos.
Are you looking for a set of bedtime stories to add to your collection? Head over to otroscuentos.com to not only download your copy of The Waves of the Moon, but also other bilingual titles, including,
- Thirsty Carlitos
- Elena the Slurping Monkey
- A Day with Pedro
- Benito the Grumpy Elephant
- The Lake’s Secret
- Dante’s Monstrous Monsters
You can download the selection of bedtime stories for free! I’m always looking to add to my collection and these are some great little stories!
I really love being part of the #Positivismo initiative since so many kiddos are not getting enough sleep(including mine). It is so important for out little ones to get enough sleep in order to be alert and have a great day at school.
Win it: I’m giving away a two month supply of milk via a $40 Gift Card to Walmart and also a hard copy bound book of Otros Cuentos.
Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with the California Milk Processor Board and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own.