Goodnight, Me

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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A baby orangutan is sleepy, but before he shuts his eyes he must first say goodnight to each and every part of himself: from the feet that ran him around all day, to the legs that did all that jumping, to the ears that listened so intently to the big world around him. Echoing the loving goodnight rituals that will be familiar to many a parent and child, the gentle text and softly-hued illustrations are just the thing for coaxing an active toddler to sleep.
 

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User Review  - Polilla-Lynn - LibraryThing

This story is focused around the point-of-view of the main character. The little one is convincing his body to calm down for sleep. He names body parts and, mentioning some of what they do in his busy ... Read full review

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User Review  - gingle - LibraryThing

The monkey says goodnight to every part of his body in this book until he goes to sleep. Alexander loves this book, even Nicky sat still to look at this one as we read it. Very sweet illustrations, plus A could relate to the picture where the monkey is sucking his thumb. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

ANDREW DADDO has been a reporter and television personality in the US and Australia (MTV and Lonely Planet). He lives with his wife and their three children in Sydney, Australia. This is his first picture book.

EMMA QUAY grew up near Cambridge, England, and now lives in Sydney. An honors graduate in illustration and printmaking, Emma has illustrated numerous picture books.

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