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Talk-About-Books #16: Good Night

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Publisher Comments:

Talk-About-Books feature a simple text and engaging photographs intended to encourage discussion and the development of literacy. This volume, the 16th, uses realistic and comforting words and photos to explore going to sleep.

Synopsis:

At the end of the day, when it is time for bed, every child follows traditions and routines. Good Night, the sixteenth book in the Talk-About-Books series, explores the fun and chores that come with saying good night and going to sleep.

There is always one last game, and toys to put away. A warm bath with lots of bubbles is a nice way to end the day. If you have a bedtime snack, make sure to carefully brush your teeth afterwards. Pajamas are cozy. Story time is a wonderful chance to cuddle up and share a book. And don't forget a good-night kiss before you shut your eyes

Each photograph is realistic and comforting. Children from various familial, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds experience bedtime and are seen in different stages of preparing for bed.

The Talk-About-Books series was designed to enhance a baby's or toddler's first collection of books. Each title in the series explores a specific aspect of the young child's world using real-life photographs that depict a variety of children in different natural settings. This innovative series grew out of a desire to provide children — all children — with the opportunity to see themselves within the books they are reading and to better identify with the children and families they are looking at.

The simple text and engaging photographs invite and encourage discussion between adult and child as they have fun exploring the images together.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781550376982
Author:
Huszar, Susan
Author:
Huszar, Sue
Author:
Bailey, Debbie
Publisher:
Annick Press
Location:
Toronto
Subject:
General
Subject:
Children's 4-8 - Boardbooks
Subject:
Customs & Traditions
Subject:
Bedtime
Subject:
Sleeping customs.
Subject:
Sleeping customs -- Juvenile literature.
Subject:
Bedtime -- Juvenile literature.
Subject:
Heure du coucher
Subject:
Sociology - General
Series:
Talk-About-Books
Series Volume:
16
Publication Date:
20010931
Binding:
Board Books
Grade Level:
Baby - Kindergarten
Language:
English
Pages:
14
Dimensions:
6.51x5.99x.38 in. .36 lbs.
Age Level:
02-05

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"Synopsis" by , At the end of the day, when it is time for bed, every child follows traditions and routines. Good Night, the sixteenth book in the Talk-About-Books series, explores the fun and chores that come with saying good night and going to sleep.

There is always one last game, and toys to put away. A warm bath with lots of bubbles is a nice way to end the day. If you have a bedtime snack, make sure to carefully brush your teeth afterwards. Pajamas are cozy. Story time is a wonderful chance to cuddle up and share a book. And don't forget a good-night kiss before you shut your eyes

Each photograph is realistic and comforting. Children from various familial, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds experience bedtime and are seen in different stages of preparing for bed.

The Talk-About-Books series was designed to enhance a baby's or toddler's first collection of books. Each title in the series explores a specific aspect of the young child's world using real-life photographs that depict a variety of children in different natural settings. This innovative series grew out of a desire to provide children — all children — with the opportunity to see themselves within the books they are reading and to better identify with the children and families they are looking at.

The simple text and engaging photographs invite and encourage discussion between adult and child as they have fun exploring the images together.

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