Another Cathy and Janice bedtime story designed to be read to children under 10 and read by older children. More
Cathy reveals to Janice about Doodles’ secret door to a hidden passage. Anxious to discover what is behind the door, the girls create a plan to find out without Doodles knowing. They form a Sneaky Sneaks secret agent squad to fool Doodles into allowing them into the secret door – without her knowledge. But it is the Sneaky Sneaks who get the surprise of their young lives. Cathy and Janice Bedtime Stories are meant to be read to children in an interactive bedside manner. Words, terminology and the concepts presented require at least a 5th grade reading level. Reading Cathy and Janice Bedtime Stories are always more than just bedtime stories; they are conversations to doze off by.
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.