Fall asleep tonight with Alice as she encounters a number of strange situations during her adventures in wonderland. We've specifically crafted this version to help you have a restful slumber. Enjoy!
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Here are some additional items which may be helpful in enabling you to have an awesome sleep:
How to Utilize Sleep Stories for Blissful Slumber (Episode 20)
How to Get a Great Night's Sleep (Episode 11)
I weaved together this unique sleep story / bedtime story from a combination of sources which are available in the public domain due to their age. The original sources upon which I drew selections for this episode are listed below. In all cases, I edited the content by omitting certain selections and adding certain others, to facilitate the goal of specifically encouraging good sleep.
I recommend you stop reading right here unless you are trying to track down the source materials after listening to the story.
Selections from the "Lewis Carroll" entry in Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Carroll. Available via Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA).
Expeditionary by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," by Lewis Carroll, published in 1865, is available in the public domain due to age.
"Nonsense Songs, Stories, etc.," by Edward Lear, published in 1871, is available in the public domain due to age.
"Laughable Lyrics: A Fresh Book of Nonsense, etc.," by Edward Lear, published in 1877, is available in the public domain due to age.
This is from our series of bedtime stories for adults. A sleep story is a great way to get sleep help. It's one of those things to help you sleep. They really help me sleep, so I wanted to publish this to help you sleep well too. If you are looking for short bedtime stories for adults, or things to help you fall asleep, this story is for you!