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Why Do We Say Good Night? – Champ Thornton

Why Do We Say Good Night? is a terrific bedtime story that takes the worry out of the darkness of the night for young children. This reassuring tale provides clear biblically best reasons why little ones have nothing to fear when they go to bed at night. The immersive illustrations bring the text alive. There […]

Dragons Get Colds Too – Rebecca Roan

Even if you don’t have your very own dragon who is suffering from a cold, this book is sure to delight. Filled with whimsical illustrations and plenty of humor, readers of all ages will find themselves smiling and perhaps even giggling a bit as they read this sweet story. This is a terrific read-a-loud option.

Title:

Dragons Get Colds Too

Author:

Rebecca Roan

Genre:

Juvenile Fiction

Publisher:

Bloomsbury Children's Books

Release Date:

February 12, 2019

Pages:

40

Way Back Wednesday ~ Mouse’s First Halloween – Lauren Thompson

 

This post was originally published on October 31, 2012.

Lauren Thompson is a great author. Her Mouse series highlights the many firsts encountered by a little mouse. Mouse’s First Halloween follows inquisitive little mouse through all sorts of Halloween experiences which in the end all prove not to be so scary after all. This […]

Don’t Blink – Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Don’t Blink is a great little book. It is an interactive tale which features a darling little grey owl. This story is a perfect bedtime story especially for little ones who may be a bit reluctant for the day to end.

 

Will You Help Me Fall Asleep? – Anna Kang

Monty the Frog is back in a sweet new book. This time he needs help trying to fall asleep. He is having a hard time getting settled for the night due to his excitement about the boat races the next day. Will You Help Me Fall Asleep? is a great bedtime read with bright, engaging […]

I Love Texas: An ABC Adventure – Sandra Magsamen

I Love Texas: An ABC Adventure is a charming introduction to all things Texas for little ones. Each page features a single letter and a Texas themed word which is whimsically illustrated. This book would make a perfect baby gift.

 

 

There’s Nothing to Do! – Dev Petty

Frog is back, and this time he is frustrated because there is nothing to do. After much searching and frustration, he gets a bit of insight from a frog friend who encourages him to enjoy the world around him. Ultimately, Frog finds joy and peace as he takes in the wonder of nature.

Title: There's Nothing to Do!

Author:

Dev Petty

Genre:

JUVENILE FICTION

Publisher:

Doubleday Books for Young Readers

Release Date:

2017

Pages:

32

I Don’t Want to Go to Sleep – Dev Petty

A recent trip to the library allowed for the discovery of a few new Dev Petty books.

I Don’t Want to Go to Sleep features our froggy friend from I Don’t Want to be a Frog puzzling over how frogs get to spend the winter. Initially, our frog friend wants to spend the winter having […]

Way Back Wednesday ~ I Don’t Want to be a Frog – Dev Petty

This review was originally posted on May 18, 2015.

Our daughter is crazy about frogs and was a bit skeptical when she saw this book. The story focuses on a frog who isn’t very comfortable in his own green skin. He imagines life would be much better as a cat, or a pig, or perhaps […]

The Somethingosaur – Tony Mitton

The Somethingosaur is a delightful rhyming tale that features a brave little newborn creature who is on the search for his family and his home during the time of the dinosaurs. This book is beautifully illustrated and includes a fun surprise at the end for the reader. This one is a winner!

Title: The Somethingosaur Author:

Tony Mitton, Russell Ayto,

Genre:

Juvenile Fiction

Publisher:

Harpercollinschildren Sbooks

Release Date:

October 8, 2014

Pages:

32