Synopses & Reviews
As the sun sets, animals all over the forest get ready for bed. Papa rabbit tucks his babies in among the leaves, fuzzy bears settle in their den, and little foxes snuggle together under the moonlight. Up above, an owl hoots a lullaby. The gentle rhyming text and soft illustrations in this charming book will help little ones settle down for a cozy night.
andquot;...Through a rhyming text, readers follow preparation, disco dancing, a pin-the-tail game, piandntilde;ata, bug-topped pizza, a pink-cupcake-tower food fight, and presents. As in Bachand#39;s Night-Night Forest Friends dark backgrounds emphasize the cheery cartoon creaturesand#39; ice cream colors.andquot; andmdash;School Library Journal
Monster's invitedand#8212;and monster's delighted! Come and join the monster bash. There's spinning and pinning, high-fiving and jiving, and munching, crunching, and buggy-food lunching. But when it all ends, Monster must leave his fun-loving friends. There's crying and sighingand#8212;until Monster discovers a happy surprise waiting for him at home. This wacky celebration will be a hit with kids!
About the Author
Annie Bach has been drawing since she was a little girl and still loves to create the same playful, whimsical creatures she imagined as a child. Annie draws inspiration from animals and nature, and brings her characters to life through digital media, paint, and ink. She lives with her family in Seattle, Washington. This is her first book.