Do the little tykes in your home prefer playtime to sleeptime? Make this delightful read-aloud book part of your nightly routine and they'll be ready for bed---in no time! Colorful illustrations and an easy-to-understand text will show your preschoolers that pleasant dreams are only a story, a prayer, and a night-light away. 10 pages, boardbook from Harvest.
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Customer Reviews for It's Bedtime for Little Monkeys
Review 1 for It's Bedtime for Little Monkeys
Date:March 8, 2010
My children and I really enjoy this adorable board book. It appeals to all age levels with darling pictures and clever writing. It is a bedtime staple in our home. I hope Susie Lee Jin writes more!
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Review 2 for It's Bedtime for Little Monkeys
Date:February 28, 2010
My 15 months old loves this book, she brings it to me everyday but she also sits down with it and looks through it alone. The illustrations are very age appropriate for her, it is simple to understand, very cute, and she can totally relate to the story. This is a staple in her book collection and we recommend it to everyone with young children!
Susie Lee Jin's It's Bedtime for Little Monkeys is just as simple and cute as her Good Table Manners for Little Monkeys. This small (about 5 inch by 5 inch) board book is ideal for young children learning about routines. It begins with mama monkey calling her two children off their banana skin hammock and into the house for bedtime. They take a bath, brush their teeth, listen to a bedtime story, say prayers, give goodnight kisses, and say goodnight. "Sleep well, little monkeys, Have sweet dreams!"What I Like: The illustrations are whimsical, silly, and just plain fun for kids and parents alike. My preschooler loves both Jin's "monkey" books, even though her tastes are generally more mature. Who can resist these cute little guys?What I Dislike: Nothing.Overall Rating: Very Good.Age Appeal: According to the publisher, 4 to 8, but I'd say baby to preschool.Kristina SeleshankoChristian Children's Book Review