Children’s Bedtime Stories Come to eBooks

November 29, 2010

It may seem a bit odd at first, but moms and dads are reading bedtime stories to their kids from ebook readers.

Ebooks are the vehicle for more creative content than what you find in a bookstore these days, simply because book publishers’ costs have risen dramatically. They are tending to select manuscripts to publish that have a very large potential market, generally leaving the most creative and innovative ideas to find their own way to the market.

Fortunately for consumers, ebooks are the way that many authors have chosen to get their works published.  You just have to search the web for what interests you.  There are many ebook publishing sites like, which offer books in various formats, and there are thousands of titles at online book retailers like

So perhaps it is not a surprise that the site, has just published Savanna Stories, a collection of children’s bedtime stories in pdf format, which can be printed out or read from a notebook computer.   These stories, by author Brooke Rousseau, are about the adventures of baby animals of the African savanna, like elephants, zebras and giraffes.

A free story is available for download, so you can try it on your own toddler at bedtime.  If you get a good response, you can acquire the collection of 15 stories for $10.95.  (Full disclosure: My online marketing company Prince Global, LLC developed the Fabulous Tales website and provides the download service for Savanna Stories.)


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