Goodnight, You

Goodnight, You

Picture Book - 2014
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"As darkness falls, two very different friends explore what scares them... and discover that with a bit of help, it's possible to see things in a new light"-- From dust jacket flap.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : Kids Can Press, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781771380508
Branch Call Number: JP COTE
Characteristics: 30 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Roderick, Stacey
Alternative Title: Good night, you


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Dec 11, 2014

Pig sneaks up on Bunny scaring it by pretending to be a shadow monster. Bunny tries to find a shadow that would scare Pig. None work until Bunny suggests turning out the light. Pig is scared of the dark. But Bunny offers to stay by Pig's side and scare off any monsters that might come around.

I struggled with liking this story. The illustrations are a bit sketchy in some places (not well formed) while better done in others. The story did not flow as well as I would have liked. I love the simplicity of the sentences for the little ones. This book could be a fun interactive read-a-loud as you make shadow puppets on the wall with your child.

I struggled between three and four stars.


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