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eBook Good Night! ePub

by Marie H. Henry,Claire Masurel

  • ISBN: 0811811697
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Marie H. Henry,Claire Masurel
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books (September 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1485 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1433 kb
  • Other: lit txt lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 183


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It's getting dark.The stars are twinklingIt's time to go to bed...

So begins this enchanting story of a little girl's bedtime ritual. Young readers -- and their parents! -- will instantly recognize the familiar nighttime process -- pulling down covers, fluffing up pillows, brushing teeth, and searching for sleepytime friends. In a delightful role reversal, each companion, from doll to teddy, is gently scolded for wanting to stay up longer until at last everyone is tucked in and ready to say goodnight. The playful text, perfect for reading aloud, is accompanied by soft, whimsical watercolors. Good Night! is sure to entice even the most reluctant sleepyhead into bed.


Kecq Kecq
Again the author and illustrator has another awesome book, and I am happily looking forward to any others they put out!

This book is the same little girl and her stuffed animals that where in the book " Christmas is Coming". This book is special because it can be read all year around! And because instead of us parents rounding up our children for bed, the little girl in the book takes our place and finds all her stuffed & loved friends to join her in bed! It's just an adorable book, and one that is easy for 1st time or new readers and even children who can't read can look at the pictures and tell you what they see. What a treasure it is to have your child read you " their" version of this book! Also, watch the apple on her nightstand!

Hope you like this review and when you purchase this book you are pleased that you did!
Alien Alien
My daughter got this book for Christmas (she was 3). She and her father read it every night and now she has it memorized. She "reads" it to us each night. The illustrations are very cozy, but the best part is the story. The text has a very soothing rhythm. Each page ends with "Silly ***, it's not time to ***, it's time to go to bed." I think that when my daughter repeats that phrase over and over, it helps to convince her that it's also time for her to go to bed. :-) After hearing it, I feel ready for bed myself! I think this is going to be one of those books that she's going to remember fondly as an adult, much the way I remember "Harold and the Purple Crayon" and "The 5 Chinese Brothers".
BlackBerry BlackBerry
I have 4 children and I picked up this book when my oldest was a baby at a thrift store of all places. This book is so simple, yet so stinking cute. I never tire of reading it and they never tire of hearing it! My ten year old still loves it. I think a lot of it has to do with the illustrations. The story is great but the illustrations complete it! They are so cute and the house seams so cozy! It makes you want to cuddle up and go to bed!
elegant stranger elegant stranger
This is a very sweet, very cute story about a little girl trying to put all her stuffed animals and dolls (her "children", I suppose) to bed so she can sleep too.

It has that nice, repetitive structure children adore - she finds a toy, tells it that it's not time to whatever, it's time to go to bed!, and ends nicely with everybody tucked in and "Good Night".

The illustrations are very well done, in a style that looks more classic than it is.

The one concern you might have (I don't, but you might) is that it's one of those books that doesn't show parents. If you're creeped out by Max and Ruby, you might find this book a little odd too - the girl single-handedly takes on the parental role for herself and her toys.

Of course, if you don't overthink it too much, it's just a sweet, short little book.
Golden Lama Golden Lama
My two month old son lights up every day when I read him this book. I don't know if it is the sense of fun in my voice as I read the words, or the charismatic characters, but I love it as much as he does. I wish there were real playthings that look as sweet and filled with life as the toys in this book do. There are also lots of wonderful extra things going on in the illustrations to pause for comment and speculation. I was hoping to find more work by this writer and illustrator combo, I will get Christmas is Coming.

Two other books my son loves so far are Baby Cakes by Karma Wilson and Sam Williams, and I am a Bunny by Richard Scarry.

I am looking for more books with friendly beautiful illustrations, and sing song writing that isn't too long or too short. I look through reviews hoping for trails to great books and music, I hope more readers who love this one will include some of their and their children's favorites here too.
Daizil Daizil
Like Goodnight Moon, this book is about winding down and getting ready for bed. My toddler used to do the very same thing: gather up all her buddies, tuck them in, and say goodnight. Helps kids shut down for the night. That said, this book is ideal for bedtime, and would be a great gift for a toddler (AND their parents if it helps everyone get some sleep!)
MrDog MrDog
I was able to purchase this book as a board book about 4 years ago... Now out of print, it's still a good "goodnight" story.