Cathy and her little sister Janice learn about a magical planet from their next door neighbor who visits it on his magic bike. Another Cathy and Janice Bedtime Story made to encourage children to use their imagination in a wonderful way. This book in the series contains both writing and song. More
Wisdom from the old timers suggests life is unfair and the fates unkind. Children know better and so does Mister Mike. In this book of the Cathy and Janice Bedtime Stories the girls learn a song that instructs them to turn their frowns upside down. Mister Mike is chock full of stories and songs about a magical planet not so very far away. A caring world where girls and boys live alongside angellike people called Toomars. Mike introduces the girls to a hero named Joe The Famous Boy and an artist who never gets anything done named Ahfinish Ahready. He teaches Janice the word Persuasion with a poem from the planet GoodyGotti. GoodyGottiO also introduces a new friend Doodles That; Cathy’s friend who finds treasure in the things others toss away. Inside this book are links to the song and to our girls’ website for fun and games. The message of this book drives home the value of a progressive, optimistic imagination and the virtue it holds when persuading others to see and smell the roses. Or as is found on planet GoodyGotti: sweet Pancake bushes, ice cream daisies, peppermint sprouts and Licorice vines.
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About the Series: Cathy and Janice Bedtime Stories
Listen up, baby sitters and parents. Cathy and Janice Bedtime Stories (13 books) are meant to be read by adults to the children. Preteen readers can also enjoy them too. The books are a collection of stories the author once related to his children and grandchildren.
Joe Pegasus spun all kinds of bedtime stories to get his kids to yawn and go to sleep. The family favorites were about two sisters: A nine-year-old named Cathy and her four-year-old sister Janice. The two sisters discover adventures right at home and in their own back yard. Little lessons are learned about life and the world. Each book introduces an adult word into the story. Colorful drawings carry the stories. All the books are designed to satisfy, instruct and lull children from age 6 through 12 into a good night’s sleep. Kids and adults of all ages can find the series fun and educational as well.