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Where Do Jet Planes Sleep at Night? Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-04 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0399554483
LANGUAGE:English

" A bedtime story on how different modes of transportation sleep. Reminds me of Jane Yolen's How Do Dinosaurs series. Transportation book fans will enjoy. Others can probably skip.From advanced reader copy. " said.

" Little ones who like this series will like this book. Little ones who are fascinated with planes will like this book, too. Strong personification. " said.

" Fun story in a continuing series. " said.

" Great rhyming bedtime read for plane enthusiasts. I wish the illustrations were better, but that's all I found lacking. " said.

" If you like picture books about things that fly, you will love this book! The illustrations capture the fun of flight. Kids will get a kick out of it! " said.

" This is the third in a series of books from Sayres and Slades which can be used as read alouds at bed time. The subject matter may have a stronger appeal to some boys (construction equipment, trains and now air planes). The books are written in rhymed verses which makes them good experiences for fostering some phonological awareness. Seems like what was created in the first book is simply being recycled in these companion volumes. " said.

"Youngsters often like to imagine where various animals and objects go at night, and this picture book offers some suggestions about what happens to young jet planes when night falls. Following the same pattern as in this creative team's earlier efforts, Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night/ and Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night?, the author uses rhyming lines to explore some familiar bedtime rituals such as bathing and brushing teeth but through the idea of those different types of aircraft. Youngsters are sure to be captivated by the idea of a lake becoming a bathtub for a seaplane or how teeth are polished to their whitest by the speed needed for a supersonic jet. The illustrations are filled with friendly flying machines, all headed for a well-deserved rest. Surely, youngsters heading to bed will relish every line and clamor for repeated readings. " said.

" A bedtime story on how different modes of transportation sleep. Reminds me of Jane Yolen's How Do Dinosaurs series. Transportation book fans will enjoy. Others can probably skip.From advanced reader copy. " said.

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