Night Night, Farm Touch and Feel

Night Night, Farm Touch and Feel

Board Book

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781400310593
Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date: 02/06/2018
Series: Night Night
Pages: 18
Sales rank: 622,899
Product dimensions: 7.70(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 2 - 5 Years

About the Author

Amy Parker’s children’s books have sold more than 1 million copies, including two Christian Retailing’s Best award-winning books and the bestselling A Night Night Prayer, Night Night, Farm, and Night Night, Train.


Virginia Allyn has illustrated more than a dozen children’s books. She lives above a chocolate shop in a beautiful New Hampshire village. She enjoys collecting children’s books, hiking, and eating all her vegetables (except peas).

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Night Night, Farm Touch and Feel 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ElaineDalton More than 1 year ago
Title: Night-Night Farm Author: Amy Parker Genre: Children, Touch and Feel, Animals, Christian, Bedtime Plot: As the sun sets on the farm, mothers begin to get their babies all snuggled in and ready for bed. Mama Pig gives her piglets a splashy bath while Mama Cat gives her kittens one last snack before bedtime and Mama Sheep tucks her lambs in close for the night. Everyone gets fed, washed and put to bed while little readers enjoy the different textures and patterns on each page. A bedtime story to delight young readers over and over again. Likes/Dislikes: My 20 month old and 4 year old were delighted with this book. They loved the colors and different animals on each page, and the younger one enjoyed the different textures. Their favorite is the lamb on the very first page. While it was cute and I liked the wording, I personally would've preferred more and varied textures. For example, the glittery gold moon was used three times and one page was blank with a supposed embossed milk jar. Not the greatest touch and feel book I've encountered as a parent but still pretty cute. Rating: G- All ages. Date Review Written: April 14th, 2018 I received a copy of this book courtesy of BookLook Bloggers and wasn't required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed in the above review are my own.
hadassahmae More than 1 year ago
Published by: Tommy Nelson Written by: Amy Parker Illustrated by: Virginia Allyn I have never been a big fan of "touch and feel" books but some of the things that little ones get to feel in this book are actually pretty cute and fun - such as a woolly sheep and the blanket covering some adorable pigs. I enjoy reading children's books and sharing them with my nieces and nephews and I was happy to have the opportunity to read and review Night Night, Farm. The illustrations: The pictures in this book are adorable! I love them! Who This Book is For: This is good for any baby or toddler, especially those who love farm animals. What I liked: The pictures in this book are so, so cute. Like I mentioned before, the things that little ones get to feel are fun. This is a colorful and fun book. What I didn’t like: Some of the "story" and wording felt a little off to me. My conclusion: Overall, I like this book. I give Night Night, Farm 4 out of 5 stars. I received this book free to review from BookLook. The opinions expressed in this review are my true thoughts and feeling regarding this book. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Touch and Feel Night Night, Farm is a 10-page board book. The front and back covers are very sturdy and the inside pages are sufficiently sturdy. You won’t have to worry about this book getting bent or ripped, which is good given the touch and Feel style is usually for very young children. The title features read and blue foil and the sun is glittery gold. Each spread of pages features a four line rhyming poem ending with animal noises following the pattern of “Night Night, Farm,” such as “oink oink, pigs.” The rhymes are cute and sometimes mention a number of animals features or use a texture word, so there are some learning opportunities. The last page says, “oh, the animals God has made! And, hey, He made me too! Night Night, God.” A sheep has fuzzy white wool, a pig has a cloth tummy, stars and sun are glittery gold, a horse has fine hair, a cat has longer hair, sheep dream bubbles are glittery white, chickens have red foil, a hay ride has a slight indent, and the last page has foil glitter moon and stars and a cloth blanket. Most of the touch and Feel elements are really good, but the soup-can tractor pulling a hayride only has a slight indentation and it took me a long time to notice it. I don’t think kids will be interested in the minute difference. Also, the glitter being repeated was a bit disappointing especially because that’s so common in many children’s books. Overall though, I’d recommend this book. Touch and Feel books are so fun to read with children and this one is no exception. I received a copy of this book from the publisher but was not required to post a positive review.
JennGrand More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge fan of Amy Parker's book, and this one does not disappoint! In addition to her rhyming words, colorful pictures and sweet mentions of mommies, daddies and God, this book has a touch-and-feel concept for little learners! It's a precious one I'm so glad to add to my Amy Parker collection!
connywithay More than 1 year ago
“Mice and pigs, chickens and cows – Squeak, oink, cheep, and moo … Oh, the animals God has made! And, hey, He made me too! Night night, God,” the story ends in Amy Parker’s children’s book, Night Night, Farm. ~ What ~ At eighteen pages, this Touch and Feel board book with shiny sections and glitter on its cover targets children ages two to five years old. With no scary scenes, it is a nice story about a farm full of animals who get ready for bedtime. Full page color illustrations of the animals are on the open pages containing a small area of fabric or finish to feel. Written in rhyme with some complicated wording, this tale involves animals who live on a farm and go to bed. There are sheep, pigs, cows, horses, cats, chickens, and mice who make different sounds. The readers can touch the circles and feel the supposed skin or fur of the animal. The end reminds us God made the animals and us too. ~Why ~ Our one-year-old grandson loves looking at board books, especially if they contain animals. The illustrations of the animals are cute and pleasant, especially the tiny mice which are in their white pajama shirts on almost all pages. ~ Why Not ~ Those who do not like books that mention God may not approve of this book, but He is mentioned only once. Some may not like that the cows, chicken, and mice do not have fur or feathers to touch but glitter or shiny red applique instead. Some of the wording may be too hard for beginner readers. ~ Wish ~ I wish the circles of fur or skin to touch were bigger and covered every animal portrayed. Since I have the prior Night Night book from this author, I found this one not written as well as the first one, but its illustrations are charming. ~ Want ~ If you are looking for a book to read at bedtime that is about farm animals, this one will work well. Thanks to Book Look Bloggers for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.
HelenM0 More than 1 year ago
“Mice and pigs, chickens and cows- Squeak, oink, cheap and moo... Oh, the animals God has made! And, Hey, He made me too! Night night, God.” Night Night, Farm Touch and Feel book is an adorable hard board book for children. This story takes the reader and children through the farm saying good night to the farm and animals. The story is written in rhyme, ending each set of pages with the sound the animals make. The pages are so colorful and contain fun things for children to touch. Some of the textures include the curly sheep wool, the smooth pig skin, the horse's hair, cat's fur, the shiny red chicken comb and waddle, a soft quilt and the bright shiny moon and stars. Our little one year old's favorite is the sheep's wool and the cat's fur. This is an adorable book written for 2 to 5 year old, this book can be enjoyed by any little one that enjoys having books read to them as well as the early reader. With 18 pages, this board book is a good size for little ones to hold. It's hard shiny pages are durable and easy to clean. The pages are illustrated so brightly and have many animals and objects for the child to look for. I received a copy of this book from the publisher through BookLook Blogger. This is my honest review.