You take sleep seriously. Very seriously.If your brood’s bedtime routine is strictly by the book, check out Little Shop of Stories’s picks for lullaby lit.Babes and TotsIt’s all about the reassuring rhymes of a comforting story. Board books like Mike Jolley’s I’ll See You in the Morning or Sandra Boynton’s Pajama Time will lull them to la-la land in record time.The Preschool PackThe amazing artwork of Andrew Daddo’s Goodnight, Me and Nancy Tillman’s It’s Time to Sleep, My Love makes for perfect picture books. If you’re looking for something to address peculiar predicaments, snatch up Helen Cooper’s The Boy Who Wouldn’t Go to Bed or Jim Averbeck’s In a Blue Room.Big KidsLooking for a chapter book chockful of humor, life lessons, and dramatic dialogue (for parents with a penchant for performance)? Try Dodger and Me, by Jordan Sonnenblick; National Book Award winner The Penderwicks, by Jeanne Birdsall; or Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book for something spooky.Read it and sleep.Available at Little Shop of Stories, 133a East Court Square, Decatur (404-373-6300 or littleshopofstories.com).SCREENHarry Potter Film Marathon What: Celebrate the Half-Blood Prince’s release with this free film fest.Why: It’s a party for Potterfiles.When: Wed., noon-5:45 p.m.Where: Peachtree Branch Library, 1315 Peachtree St., mtg. rm., Midtown (404-885-7830).ACTPlayhouse Jr. Camp What: One-week theater day camp (for rising third, fourth, and fifth graders) culminates in a Friday performance of Aesop’s Fables.Why: Helps develop characters.When: Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Where: Curtain Call Place, 2800 Canton Rd., ste. 600, Marietta. Info at 770-973-4566.SEEAlice in Wonderland What: Lewis Carroll’s classic tale of a girl’s journey into a magical world.Why: Take a trip down the rabbit hole.When: Sat., 10 a.m.Where: Georgia Shakespeare, 4484 Peachtree Rd., Brookhaven (404-264-0020).