Friday, August 17, 2018

Night Night, Sleepytown by Amy Parker Illustrated by Virginia Allyn

The sun is sinking low, and Sleepytown is ready to say, “Night night!” Join bestselling author Amy Parker and award-winning illustrator Virginia Allyn in the latest Night Night adventure through Sleepytown, the charming little village where residents are drifting off to dreamland, just like your little one is sure to do.
Sleep may come slowly for many toddlers, and Night Night, Sleepytown is just the cozy story to help your little one nod off for the evening. Even the most stubborn bedtime resisters will love this delightful board book full of fun and silly characters who are getting ready for sleepy time in Sleepytown.
Amy Parker and Virginia Allyn, the same award-winning pair behind the bestselling books Night Night, Farm and Night Night, Train, team up again for this brand-new story that is equally appealing for little boys and little girls. Complete your collection with Night Night, Sleepytown today!
Night Night, Sleepytown is a board book for children ages 3-5 years old. The cover is puffy and designed for little hands.  Each of the residents of Sleepytown are cutely dressed animals ready for the part they play in their community.  This story takes you through Sleepytown where you say goodnight to different community helpers. 

This is a sweet book is filled with beautiful and detailed illustrations.  Each page is filled with friendly looking animals who are part of Sleepytown.  I enjoyed sitting with my child and pointing out the different animals, and what they were doing.  The details of the illustrations allow you to read the book over and over and still find something new each time. 

The book has a sweet cadence and follows a A B C B rhyming pattern.  My child was chanting along with me as I read the book each night.   It was great snuggle time with him before he went to sleep. 
I highly recommend Night Night,  Sleepytown by Amy Parker.  

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