Let's Get Ready for Bed

Let's Get Ready for Bed

by Michael W. Smith, Mike Nawrocki


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Let's Get Ready for Bed 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
myweekisbooked More than 1 year ago
I received this book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my free and honest review. official blurb From Grammy Award-winning artist Michael W Smith and the co-creator of Veggietales Mike Nawrocki comes Let’s Get Ready for Bed, the second in a series of bedtime books in the Nurturing Steps line. This sweet and sleepy picture book will lull your little one to sleep with their favorite stuffed animal characters the Nighty Nights. my blurb! A Christian themed book featuring friends and a bedtime routine. 3 out of 5 stars what i liked This book starts with a page in the beginning with who the book is gifted from and who it is for. Every children’s book should start out with that! Rhyming is always in the plus column for me. And this book has it! Books are just more fun to read to your kids when they rhyme! This book is educational. For instance, one of the pages goes over why kids wear pajamas to bed. This book would be great for ages : 4- 5 yrs old what i didn't like This book is long! I think there could be page numbers on it. It is 20 pages long, which made it too long for my 2 and 3 year old. The premise of the book was a bit odd. It’s two friends who watch their other friend, Puppy, get ready for bed. And after watching Puppy do quite the routine before bed, Puppy finally sees them and they all sing a song together. happy reading, Dux for more of my reviews check out my blog at www.myweekisbooked.com
connywithay More than 1 year ago
“This rhyming read-aloud book will lull your little one to sleep with their favorite stuffed animal characters, the Nighty Nights,” the inside flap states in Michael W. Smith and Mike Nawrocki’s children’s book, Let’s Get Ready for Bed. ~ What ~ Part of the Nurturing Steps series, this twenty-four-page jacketed hardbound targets infants to toddlers. With no scary scenes, it is a nice story about a couple of stuffed animals helping a puppy fall asleep. Sophomoric colorful illustrations on white backgrounds grace the pages. With a page that includes a space to write in the owner’s name, presenter, and date, this tale involves a puppy getting ready for bed. After taking a bath, putting pjs on, brushing his teeth, saying his prayers, and looking at a book, he still cannot fall asleep. When the two critters start singing a lullaby, the little canine drifts off to a peaceful rest. ~Why ~ Having three grandchildren under the age of five, I love reading them bedtime stories when they visit and spend the night. I like that this story is quaint, short, and simple. Having a professional recording artist write the lullaby that includes thanking God is appreciated. ~ Why Not ~ Those who do not have a personal relationship with God may not understand why it is necessary to spend time daily praying to God. Some may not have internet access to listen online to the lullaby link included in the book. Others may think the drawings are too simplistic and lack details. Beginner readers may have trouble reading the two- and three-syllable words. ~ Wish ~ I wish there were a way to hear the lullaby when the book is opened to the specific page as it would be easier to hear the song than to read it. The online link is only noted on one corner of the jacket cover, and one must submit their email address to hear the song. ~ Want ~ If you are looking for a relaxing bedtime book that helps produce sleep, this may be a good choice. Thanks to Book Look Bloggers for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.