It's Time to Say Good Night

It's Time to Say Good Night



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ISBN-13: 9781609053741
Publisher: Blue Apple Books
Publication date: 10/22/2013
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.70(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

 Harriet Ziefert is an author, publisher, packager, early reading expert, teacher, and wearer of many other hats worn in service of offering books for kids that take them from infancy to independent reading.

Barroux studied photography, art, sculpture, and architecture at the famed École Estienne and École Boule, then worked as an art director in Paris and Montreal. He eventually returned to Paris and now creates his art in a fantastical studio in an abandoned building he shares with other artists.

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It's Time to Say Goodnight 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ABookishGirlBlog More than 1 year ago
Through the beautiful illustrations of Barroux the story walks us through the day of a little boy as he says good morning to the sun and  follows him throughout his day as he says good morning to all the animals and to the earth. Soon the boy is saying good morning to  a plane and a bus as he rides his scooter through town. He says good morning to everything in sight. But then it is time to say goodnight  and the process is reversed and he is saying good night to all the things he said good morning to. The story ends with the boy getting  a good night from mom! A very cute story with the repetition of all the different things that were first said good morning to and then saying  good night to, if you have ever been asked to read the same book over and over again, which if you have kids you probably  have, then you will know that kids love repetition and this book fulfills that love! The story and the illustrations work so well together  the story is a simple one of good morning and then a name of something that it is being said to and the same with the good nights and  the illustrations though colorful they to are not full of anything that doesn't need to be there they are very simple and minimalist in nature.