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Are you bored with bedtime stories about princes and princesses, gnomes, wizards, and dragons? Do you want something more realistic, closer to our time?
Do you also need bedtime stories to make sense, teach a moral lesson, and raise interesting topics?
Everything you need is here!
A Collection of Fantastic Short Bedtime Stories for kids contains 10 five-minute fantasy stories that you can read aloud to your child before going to bed.
No princesses here-these stories are about space, other planets, aliens, artificial intelligence, robots, cloning, portals, and modern technologies.
There are no illustrations in this book–we give children the freedom to fantasize (adults will also be interested) and imagine the characters, places, and events themselves.
These bedtime read-aloud stories are not only in prose but also in verse.
Five-minute stories are just what busy parents need:
– you can have a good time with your child by reading aloud (especially if your kid is 5-6 years old and is just starting to read on his own),
– you will definitely not be bored–fantastic plots will allow your kids and you to go on a short, exciting journey,
-you will entertain your child while teaching a moral lesson, which is especially important for children aged 5-8 years.
These stories promote in your kids such character traits as kindness, optimism, self-confidence, courage, determination, respect for oneself and others, self-confidence, diligence, honesty, and responsibility.
The themes and situations in the stories will raise important moral issues that you can discuss with your child:
– what friendship is based on and how to preserve it,
– why it is important to respect each other’s boundaries,
– how to see beauty in the ordinary,
– how to stay calm in difficult situations,
– why you need to be bold and decisive,
– why it is important to do not only the work that you like and enjoy but also the work you must,
– why it is important for you to take responsibility.
This book also touches on the problems of our time, and older children (8, 9 and 10-year-olds) and adults will also be interested in expressing their opinions on such issues as
– overpopulation of the Earth,
– a society built on consumption.
Perhaps it is our children who will be able to influence these issues and change the situation for the better in the future.
The book will appeal to both boys and girls.

Stories inside the book:Can a Human and a Robot Be True Friends?About Intelligent Space SatellitesUnnecessary Electronics: Life after LifeDangerous! It is Possible to Fall into the PortalAlex and Fly: To Be in Someone Else’s BodyAliens from the Fiery and Icy PlanetsI Have a CloneUnusual Help from SmartphonesSearch for a New Home for the Inhabitants of Planet Ko.

Free on 22nd May 24
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