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Monday, February 17, 2014

Baby book worth reading

Now available in the popular board book format, Goodnight Angels is a beautifully written bedtime book for young children that presents a new spin on the bestselling, Goodnight Moon complete with the message of prayer and thankfulness.
This charming bedtime story in the vein of Goodnight Moon will lull little ones to sleep with its soothing rhymes and gentle rhythms. Children will love the board book format, and parents and grandparents will love the quiet message of peace and gratitude for God’s tender, loving care.Goodnight to my wagon...Goodnight to the kitchen...Goodnight to my mommy.

Goodnight, Angels is a sweet book that helps settle a child into bed for a good night's sleep. A little boy finishes his night telling each item goodnight as he adjourns to his bedroom. I thought it was a great idea! In fact I am giving it to my best friends six month old son. I have learned that kids love books about going to bed. I gave  a little girl Mazzy Mouse goes to bed and she loved it! This  board book Good night Angles has much better painting. Infact that is what made me want to have this book. Grand art work!

. The words had an magical way of pulling the strings of the day together. By the end of the book it was natural to end the day and fall asleep. This just what I thought as I read it. I wished my little sister was a baby so I could read it to her!
The illustrations unite with the words. 
The 32-page book was a little cumbersome for me to hold with 11 1/4" wide pages. 

Great kids book!
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