Tuesday, October 20, 2020

"Good Night Noah" - a bookwrap



Good Night, Noah

By  Eric Walters , Illustrated By  Eugenie Fernandes

* Ages:  0-5

* Board book:  24 pages

* Publisher:  Orca Book Publishers

* Pub. Date:  Feb. 12, 2021

* Language:  English

Unwrapping Some Illustrations for You

The Book

This is a sweet little board book that little ones will love. It's a perfect bedtime story.  A small child named Noah uses his imagination to bring his drawings and toys to life and he says good night to each one before he snuggles down for a good night's sleep.  Onomatopoeia is used throughout the story for the animal sounds. 

The author has added a fun component of featuring a hint on each page as to the upcoming animal that Noah will address: Woof... Good night, doggy, Buzzzz... Good Night honeybee,  Quack, quack...Good night, ducky, Roar...Good night, lion, just to name a few.  

The illustrations are bright and colourful.  The simple, repetitive text will encourage youngsters to wish their own stuffed animals sweet dreams before they drift off to sleep.  Eric Walters wrote Good Night, Noah as a bedtime story for his own grandson, Noa.  I highly recommend this book.  

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS! 

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