Night Night, Train – 5⭐

Written by Amy Parker | Illustrated by Virginia Allyn


Join these adorable puppies in pajamas as they say night night to the train, to their mommy and daddy, and to God. Your little ones will rest their sleepy heads knowing that the God who made them loves them and keeps them safe all night long.

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Really beautiful work. The art captures the perfect soft and fuzzy vibe – perfect for a bedtime book. The title treatment is also really nicely done. It’s strong and clear, but not overstated. It works perfectly with the artwork.

Illustrations

This artwork is so sweet it’ll give you a cavity. So stinkin’ adorable I can hardly stand it. Each page is full of warm and fuzzy animals on the “night night train.” Each page shows a different stage of getting ready for bed, resulting in a wonderful wind-down for little readers. LOVE LOVE LOVE.

Story

This is a case where rhyming works quite well. The simple text combined with excellent meter results in a great read-aloud story designed around sleepytime. This book is sure to be a bedtime favorite in your house.

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About the Author

Amy Parker has written more than forty books for children, teens, and adults, including the best-selling A Night Night Prayer, Thank You, God, for Mommy, and Thank You, God, for Daddy. She has also collaborated with authors ranging from New York Times bestsellers to her very own son. Two of these collaborations—Firebird and Courageous Teens—are recipients of Christian Retailing’s Best Awards. But Amy’s greatest reward is being a wife to Daniel and a mom to their amazing sons, Michael and Ethan.

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