5-Minute Modern-Day Bedtime Stories

For Building Character

Children - Fable
103 Pages
Reviewed on 07/22/2020
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Savannah Bloom's 5-Minute Modern-Day Bedtime Stories is a wonderful collection of fourteen short stories that tackle the positive messages of self-control, foresight, persistence, honesty, positivity, cleanliness, obedience, and others in an engaging and entertaining way that is relatable to young readers. The topics in the stories are relevant and about human virtues, and this is a book that every parent will want to use for bedtime storytelling to teach youngsters a moral lesson in a fun and entertaining way. The author portrays the characters and scenes in a way that is real and tangible.

I found the stories fascinating and wonderful. What adds to the overall appeal of the book is that Savannah Bloom has kept it simple and woven stories that are short, magical, appealing, and set in today's society. The Fun Question and the Serious Discussion at the end of each story is a good way to get children to participate while reading the stories. The author makes sure that in every story the good character is rewarded and appreciated and character flaws are exposed. Savannah Bloom's 5-Minute Modern-Day Bedtime Stories is definitely a keeper for all those parents who are on the lookout for bedtime storybooks. It can also be used by tutors in classrooms and Bible classes to teach children the essential virtues, making it easy for them to understand and practice these lessons.