Lenoir City, Tennessee
Oddly enough, my preferred read was a book of pasta recipes that I would request of my dad every night. He would go page by page reading the ingredients and the instructions until I fell asleep.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, by Judith Viorst. My children and I nearly hurt ourselves giggling as we reedited the story, adding names and problems from our own less-than-perfect days. Even the worst day could have a happy ending if you had a good laugh and a cuddle at bedtime.
Winter Garden, Florida
My favorite story was always when the princess finds her Prince Charming. It took me three tries (the third time was the charm), and I had to kiss a lot of frogs (more than I care to admit), but I finally found my prince.
I love reading Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon to my granddaughter. After she points out the pictures of whom and what the bunny says good night to, she adds the funny things she can think of to say good night to in her house.
East Sandwich, Massachusetts