Before you know it, you’re tucked into bed, snug as a bug, and wondering . . .
“How did I get here?”
As a little girl, one of my absolute favourite bedtime stories was Frances Face-Maker by William Cole and Tomi Ungerer. No matter how many times my parents read it to me, I never stopped laughing at the nonsensical glee of the little girl whose parents made bedtime more appealing by playing at silly faces with her, and I never tired of making faces along with the story (and my own parents).
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