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This image shows the front view of the bedtime children's book "One More Book Before Bed", written by M.H. Clark and illustrated by Inbar Heller Algazi. The cover illustration shows a child and mom reading a book, tucked in a bed that is floating on water with a starry bright nightsky background. A nighttime ritual to ease worries and help kids get to sleep.

One More Book Before Bed


One More Book Before Bed

A Bedtime Ritual of Comfort and Connection



The Details

Written by M.H. Clark

Illustrated by Inbar Heller Algazi

“It’s almost time for falling asleep. Here’s one more book… will you read it with me?

What was your favorite part of today? Will you share a bit about it… before we turn the page?”

More than a book, this is a bedtime ritual of comfort and connection. It’s a quiet place for little ones to process the day and put it away. When parents or caregivers open the pages, they will be guided in creating a nighttime conversation that will settle young minds and bodies. The words will also walk readers through bedtime meditations for toddlers, helping kids focus on breathing, snuggling up, and feeling safe and loved before falling asleep.

Each page is an invitation to begin a brand-new discussion with a little one every night—whether you work through big emotions the day sparked or any anxious feelings around bedtime. As a result, this book is never the same two nights in a row—it will change as the days change and grow as a child grows.

Gift this reassuring book to celebrate a birthday, a baby shower, a holiday, or to welcome the back-to-school season.

9"W x 10"H
Page Count
48 pages

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  • Who It's For

    Interactive in nature, the book’s narrative encourages children ages 3–6 to process their day and explore their feelings before relaxing their body for rest.
  • Design Details

    Filled with artful, dreamy illustrations, this book offers a framework for comforting conversations with a toddler before sending them off on their bedtime journey.
  • Why We Love It

    The soothing words are inspired by somatic meditation practices, helping kids be mindful and regulate their emotions while building skills they can use for years to come.