Bedtime English Story for Kids

 

Brought to you by Book Dash 

 

Created by Fred Strydom, Jess Jardim-Wedepohl, Stephen Wallace

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

I wonder if there’s another me somewhere in the  world.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

Who looks the same.

 

And talks the same.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

And even has my curls.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

Someone with my eyes my ears.

 

Who even has my laugh.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

Who can do what I can do …

 

Is there anyone like me?

 

… and can’t do what I can’t.

 

Is there anyone like me

 

I’ve looked and looked everywhere to find another me.

 

I went down to the park and looked behind the trees.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

I looked around, up and down …

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

 

… at every single face.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

I couldn’t find another me in any single place.

 

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

There’s only one me in the world!

 

I’m special, oh it’s true!

Is there anyone like me ~ 5 min Bedtime Stories

But not just me, don’t you see?

 

There’s only one of you!


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14 Comments

  1. awww, i feel bad for the zebra (whatever animal it IS) at the start. but when he realizes there’s only 1 him, he’s ok!

  2. absolutely LOVE reading this to my daughter, such a good message and she loves the pictures!! 🥰

  3. Love it… It was cute and to the point. I read it like 3 times to my daughter so she would see that there is only one of her and that makes her unique.

  4. We need more rhyme poems please this was a good 25 seconds of my life I love you and have a good life

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Created by Fred Strydom, Jess Jardim-Wedepohl and Stephen Wallace. Presented by Book Dash 


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