Family life School & Family What was your favourite bedtime story? MFM's Staff Writer, Kyrsty, gives us the lowdown on the best reads from her childhood 1 of Ad break Dilly The Dinosaur, by Tony BradmanLike a dino version of Horrid Henry, Dilly was always causing mayhem and I loved his ear-splitting super-scream tantrums (reminded me of my brother when he was a child!) I was thrilled when it was made into a BBC TV series and I even rang the author once and probably became his youngest (and only) book stalker! The BFG, by Roald DahlI remember reading this book whilst in bed, secretly hoping that the Big Friendly Giant would come and befriend me as his 'human bean' when he was dream catching! I got totally lost in all the fantastical giant characters like the Fleshlumpeater and Gizzardgulper (if a little scared...) and was incredibly jealous when Sophie got to meet the Queen. The Tales Of Peter Rabbit, by Beatrix PotterI had the hardback version of Peter Rabbit and I remember absorbing each page, loving the illustrations. Beautiful visuals aside, I enjoyed the story of Peter the rabbit and would build up images in my head of the garden and how I wished our weed ridden garden was as magical as Mr McGregor's, with suited bunnies and talking sparrows wandering around! Mr Men series, by Roger HargreavesA definite on all my birthday and Christmas lists, I remember collecting the Mr Men books and laughing out loud when reading them. I loved the different characters and being a very visual person, I liked that all the characters had their own identity and weird/ funny traits. Continue slideshow > The Story Of Tracy Beaker, by Jacqeline WilsonI loved Tracy Beaker's mad approach to life and her wacky dreams and thoughts. I always thought she had such a fun and varied life which made me want to read on and find out what she's getting up to! The animations were equally as nuts, which I was drawn to. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?