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Night Night, Train Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-04 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0718089324
LANGUAGE:English

" I recevied a complimentary copy. This book was really creative because you can read two different stories or one whole story just by reading everything in black font first and them going back after and reading all the blue font, or you can read the book as a straight through. I choose to read it as two diffrent stories, and my kids who range in ages all loved it. The illustrations are cozy and inviting and I really liked the feel of the flow when reading out loud. " said.

"Looking for a way to get those adorably cute kids of yours to sleep? Pick up a copy of Amy Parker’s Night Night, Train and let the train sweep them off to dreamland!

Amy’s newest book is a sweet story, full of vivid illustrations, that takes a family aboard a train to Sleepytown. Along the way, children will join the characters in saying “Night, night” to everything they meet along the ride, participating in nightly bedtime rituals (ie. brushing teeth, taking a bath, climbing into bed), and ends with a sweet reference to God caring for everyone big and small.
Night Night, Train is a great addition to any bedtime routine for kids 5 years and younger!

I was graciously provided a free copy of this novel from Thomas Nelson in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.
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"This is an adorable book perfect for children up to about 5 years old. Since this is a board book this could be read to those little ones. I love a great bedtime story and it’s perfect when they incorporate vehicles that my son loves. Add in adorable little puppies in pajamas and this book is a home run!

The pictures are adorable and very well illustrated. They match the story so well that my son is able to follow along with the story simply by looking at the pictures. The puppies in pajamas are so delightful and their sleepy little faces bring a smile to my face as I read this.

I adore when a book can incorporate God into the story. It’s a nice way to teach about God but also just the simple little reminders that God loves us and is watching out for us as we sleep. Getting that good foundation of faith at such a young age is so wonderful. I love that these types of books bring up questions from the children and open the dialog to discuss what they don’t quite understand. What more could you ask for in a bedtime story?

*I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher. A positive review was not required. All opinions are my own.*
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"This is a colorful, sweet padded Board book I just loved reading. It reminded me of family favorite book by Margaret Wise Brown; called Good Night Moon. Unlike that book this adventure takes place on a train. It opens with a train pulling up to Laurelwood station where a family and a few others wait to board. The second page shows everyone boarding the train. The next page says, “Hurry, now, and find a seat. “Choo! Choo!” the whistle blows. The engineer is ready now – to Sleepytown we go!....”Night Night, people.” “Night Night, town.” “Night Night, sun, going down.”

Each page takes the family closer to sleepy town. They go to the dinner car, read a book. Take a bath, brush their teeth, say prayers and finally get in bed. The pictures are cuddly adorable and reading the book warms your heart and makes you smile.

I liked the last paragraph, “God’s creations all around – He cares for us, big and small. We rest peacefully knowing that His hand’s hold it all.”

This is a precious story can easily become part of any bed time routine!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the BookLook for Bloggers site. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”

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" I recevied a complimentary copy. This book was really creative because you can read two different stories or one whole story just by reading everything in black font first and them going back after and reading all the blue font, or you can read the book as a straight through. I choose to read it as two diffrent stories, and my kids who range in ages all loved it. The illustrations are cozy and inviting and I really liked the feel of the flow when reading out loud. " said.

"This is an adorable book perfect for children up to about 5 years old. Since this is a board book this could be read to those little ones. I love a great bedtime story and it’s perfect when they incorporate vehicles that my son loves. Add in adorable little puppies in pajamas and this book is a home run!

The pictures are adorable and very well illustrated. They match the story so well that my son is able to follow along with the story simply by looking at the pictures. The puppies in pajamas are so delightful and their sleepy little faces bring a smile to my face as I read this.

I adore when a book can incorporate God into the story. It’s a nice way to teach about God but also just the simple little reminders that God loves us and is watching out for us as we sleep. Getting that good foundation of faith at such a young age is so wonderful. I love that these types of books bring up questions from the children and open the dialog to discuss what they don’t quite understand. What more could you ask for in a bedtime story?

*I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher. A positive review was not required. All opinions are my own.*
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