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Gentle rhyming text and soft illustrations in this charming book will help little ones settle down for a cozy night Adorable rhyming scheme and colorful pictures Laura loved looking at The Tricksters Totem (Relics of Mysticus, pictures Laura loved looking at

Free read Night Night Forest Friends

Night Night Forest Friends

As the sun sets animals all over the forest get ready for bed Papa rabbit tucks his babies in among the leaves fuzzy A book from Shortcake's Aunt Dolly Or as she calls it Night Night Bea

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Bears settle in their den and little foxes snuggle together under the moonlight Up above an owl hoots a lullaby The Cute if a bit derivative of other nighttime forest animal books I pre


10 thoughts on “Night Night Forest Friends

  1. says:

    This is a cute bedtime story The sentences are short and simple so it would be good for younger children There is a different forest animal on each page that children can say “goodnight” to which hopefully will make the child willing to go to bed The illustrations are cute and my daughter loves naming all of the animals The book isn’t interactive unless you make it interactive by getting your child to name the animals or say goodnight to the them Overall This is a good book for younger children


  2. says:

    A book from Shortcake's Aunt Dolly Or as she calls it Night Night BearVarious forest creatures tuck their little ones into bed with rhymes Not uite the tongue twister that some Doctor Seuss books can be but it's still got some tricky moments Shortcake asked for this one a lot at first but it's taken a seat behind other favorite books right now


  3. says:

    Out of all the board books we've read with Kiddo so far this book seems to prompt the most dialogue The writing flows with a gentle rhyme and the pictures offer a rich background It's rewarding to witness my 2 year old lingering over the artwork pointing to pictures and using her vocabulary There is an abstract uality to the illustrations so I have an opportunity to talk about shapes such as triangle trees with her while we peruse the book


  4. says:

    Cute if a bit derivative of other nighttime forest animal books I prefer The pictures and rhymes hold my attention but some of the animals' eyes are open and are creepily human The font is very Disney es too which is an unnecessary loop de loop distraction and will confuse letter learners I like it enough to keep it in rotation though


  5. says:

    This is a fun read for my daughter since it has so many different animal families but I do think or perhaps I'm projecting that she is terrified of the owl singing a lullaby The artwork is also beautiful with its rich colors


  6. says:

    Sweet and cozy wind down book for little ones Love the art The cadence is off in a few places so practice reading ahead of time to make it smoother


  7. says:

    Cute rhymes and adorable idea I like that she wrote and illustrated it herself Feels special


  8. says:

    Sweet drawings nice bedtime book


  9. says:

    Adorable rhyming scheme and colorful pictures Laura loved looking at the animals in this book Will definitely be reading again


  10. says:

    I like this one for 1 3 year olds


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