3 Magical stories to help your children go to sleep.
The two characters in these stories are brother and sister Oliver and Emma.
Written and recorded by Sharon Shinwell. For many parents, bedtime can be a traumatic experience when for one reason or another a child just won't go to sleep. Sharon's voice as a hypnotherapist is very settling and so this, together with the wonderful content of the stories may be the solution you are looking for.
The 3 stories on this recording are perfect for toddlers and children aged 2 to 6 but can be listened to by any child. These magical stories are ideal for bedtime or any other time you want your children to sleep. Great for long car journeys, flights and train rides or simply to calm your child down.
Each story lasts on average 17 minutes. When the story ends, soft music continues allowing your child plenty of time to drift off to sleep, if they haven't already done so. The next story starts automatically after a short pause. Stories created by Sharon and Alan who have combined their skills, expertise and imagination to create these compelling yet simple stories to help children to calm down, relax and prepare to drift off into a peaceful, restful sleep.
Oliver and Emma and their favourite creatures.
Track 1: A Very Fishy Tale: Gordon the Goby fish dreams of leaving his underwater cave and exploring the world outside. When he gets his chance, things don’t quite go to plan.
Track 2: Dippy The Dinosaur: Dippy is a Diplodocus Dinosaur that lives in a rainforest, one day, whilst out foraging for leaves he meets a friend and an adventure begins.
The Mischievous Bear Cubs: In a wonderful park, there lives a family of bears and like a lot of youngsters, the cubs are always trying something new and this gets them into tricky situations!
Track 3: A Day at the Farm: Oliver and Emma go with their parents to a real farm in the countryside to meet the animals; little did they know this was no ordinary farm!
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