Night's Nice

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Nov 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction
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Hop into bed,
Turn over thrice,
And whisper this softly:
Night's nice, night's nice, night's nice.

Good Night.

NIGHT'S NICE will lull little ones to sleep with its soothing, sing-song text and picturesque, stunning nightscapes throughout.

From moonlit treetops and city streetlamps to luminous fireworks on the 4th of July, Ed's watercolor illustrations poignantly capture the beauty of nighttime in this reissue of his classic children's story.
 

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User Review  - shelf-employed - LibraryThing

Night's Nice was first published in 1962. It's a bright, colorful and rhyming romp through all of the reasons why night is nice, "Fireflies Owls And yellow-eyed cats All think night's nice And of ... Read full review

A great bedtime book

User Review  - CherryBlossomMJ - Borders

What a perfect bedtime book! I absolutely love this little book and I am not giving it up. *grin* "Caldecott Award winners Ed and Barbara Emberley capture the wonder of nighttime in this reissued ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Barbara and Ed EmberleyAs collaborations include the Caldecott Honor Book "One Wide River to Cross." EdAs books have also been honored on the "New York TimesAs" annual Best Illustrated Books List. The Emberleys live in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Barbara and Ed Emberley s collaborations include the Caldecott Honor Book "One Wide River to Cross." Ed s books have also been honored on the "New York Times s" annual Best Illustrated Books List. The Emberleys live in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

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