The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess (series) by Eliza Worner


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My rating:  4  of  5  stars

The sleepy Prince & the sleepy Princess
– and the ball –

Plot
(by Amazon)

It is the night of the big ball at the sleepy castle. The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess are getting dressed, but they find the process so wearily tiresome. What else is there for two exhausted children to do but lie down on their big comfortable beds and fall into a deep, peaceful sleep.

Join the sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess through this gentle guided relaxation, designed to help tired children wind down and fall asleep.

 

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My rating:  4  of  5  stars

The sleepy Prince & the sleepy Princess
– and the midday nap –

Plot
(by Amazon)

As the sun beats down in the middle of the day, the sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess have just finished playing outside. They’re happily exhausted as they make their way back to their cosy beds, ready for their nap.

Join the sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess through this gentle guided relaxation, designed to help tired children wind down and fall asleep.

 

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My rating:  4  of  5  stars

The sleepy Prince & the sleepy Princess
– and the rainy morning –

Plot
(by Amazon)

As morning breaks outside the sleepy castle, a steady rain is falling. The rhythmic dripping of water on the windows lulls the entire castle into a deep, peaceful slumber. Even the cows refuse to wake. The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Prince are having a lovely sleep in.

Join the sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess through this gentle guided relaxation, designed to help tired children wind down and fall asleep.

 

My Opinion

These books are intended to help children relax and go to sleep. They are meant to be read slowly and calmly in a relaxing tone and even rhythm.

With The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess series, Eliza Worner has created beautiful good night stories for children. The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess series indeed helps the little ones to find sleep more easily. It actually works, I tried this with my niece and nephew. He used to get up again several times a night. Thanks to your beautiful books he now sleeps through, Eliza!

To intensify the books’ purpose, the author recommends that the children – already tucked in bed – close their eyes and see the pictures in their head. Children who already know how to read may of course read the stories quietly to themselves.

The books in the series can be read over and over. Beware – they may make you sleepy as well.  😉

 

About the author

Eliza Worner is a freelance writer and author of The sleepy Prince & The sleepy Princess children’s book series. She is the author of the online serial novel A time travel adventure (http://atimetraveladventure.com). She has written for many online publications and published a romantic comedy, Chase Around the World. Her books are available through Amazon Kindle Publishing.

 

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Please take a look at my statement on reading in My train of thoughts on …reading.  Now I am asking you.  🙂

My questions for you bibliophiles:
What about you?  What did you think about The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess?  Or – if you did not yet read The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess  to your children– are you now interested in reading it for them yourself?

My question for you cinephiles:
If The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess series was filmed – who should direct it, who could you imagine as actors?

I am looking forward to reading your comments.  🙂

 

 

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13 thoughts on “The sleepy Prince and the sleepy Princess (series) by Eliza Worner

  1. Aww, these are adorable! Although my little sister is perhaps too old for these books now, I may have to try this with Hachii… 😉

    • Hachii might like to listen. It will probably not make him sleepy, he will enjoy your voice. Our cats like to be read to. As long as the stories are not too gory. 🙂

      • Haha, probably not, but it’s worth a try 😉 Actually, I do read to him sometimes… although he doesn’t exactly understand it, animals find their owners’ voices soothing, I’ve found. 🙂

      • If only animals could understand us (and talk back)… what an interesting world that would be!

    • It is a great concept. While reading I kept getting sleepier and sleepier. I was lucky that the little ones fell asleep before I did. 😉

    • Reading the books made me sleepy. If in need of some rest, this is a good method. Filming might be difficult – the crew might fall asleep… 😉

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