Night Night, Groot Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-23 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 91 user ratings

" This is a lot better than it had to be, most of these types of books feel like they are written so that Marvel can make more money, but this one rises above it. The illustrations are bright and lively, and Groot makes the perfect protagonist for a bedtime picture book. " said.

" I might be a little bias since baby Groot is my favorite. Baby Groot is so adorable. Any kids who love superheroes will definitely fall in love with this cute little book. The illustrations are vibrant and full of life. Honestly, there's nothing to hate about this book. " said.

" Cute and snarky with moments of breaking the fourth wall with the reader. I enjoyed the cartoonist style of the classic characters drawn, though I found it a tad distracting trying to read the text and see everything that's going on in the pictures. It took me a time or two or to re-read and look again, but overall it was great! " said.

" After seeing Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and seeing how cute baby Groot was (he was so good that it made me really miss my baby), a woman at work pulled this book for me.It is super cute, with great illustrations and a cute little story. It follows Groot and Rocket as they try to save the world from bad guys, with the help of the other Guardians and the Avengers, before Groot goes to sleep. " said.

"I love that I read this to my child before I read "Goodnight Moon".

Our house is more certainly a "Night Night, Groot" house now.

The illustrations are soft and the colours are vast.

The cadence and subject make the reader feel less like "Gru" from Despicable Me reading "Sleepy Kittens", and more like Stan Lee from his Simpsons cameo. (Especially the bit where he's trying to rip his shirt off expressing he once turned in to the Hulk).

Night Night, Groot- My only gripe is that there is no board book for this release as of this writing. (Pre-ordered at Amazon now!).

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"How can you give a book featuring Bitty Groot anything but five stars?! The pacing and cadence of the writing makes for a fun read-aloud and the story is cute enough to draw out at least a few giggles: Gamora is reading Groot a bedtime story....but Rocket doesn't think it should be bedtime at all! So the narrator takes them back through their adventures that day before convincing Groot (and moreover, Rocket) that it is, indeed, time for bed.

The illustrations are a wonderfully campy comic style and Marvel fans (big and small) will have a blast trying to spot all the small details that tie in other comics and heroes. With cameos from Captain America, Doctor Strange, and Moon Knight among many, many more, this is a hero-loaded comic book bedtime story. I loved reading it to my son (even if he is too young to track much right now) and I look forward to reading it to him when he gets older too.
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Hello, friends! Our book today is Night Night, Groot, written by Brendan Deneen and illustrated by Cale Atkinson, a wildly fun Marvel-themed bedtime book starring everyone's favorite flora colossus, Baby Groot.

It's bedtime on the Milano, and Baby Groot is being tucked in with a story. After all, he's had a very busy day: fighting bad guys, spending time with his superhero friends, and generally saving the galaxy from evildoers. But his best friend Rocket isn't having it – he insists that this is no time for sleeping, there's more feats of derring-do to be had. More ships to crash, more mix tapes to listen to, and more Hulks to meet (and just how many Hulks are there, anyway?). But after all that excitement, even Rocket must admit that little trees should get their rest, and helps tuck Groot in with the promise of sweet dreams… and more adventure tomorrow!

We were so excited to receive this as a gift for JJ's birthday, and I have to say, it absolutely lived up to expectations! Disney (plus Star Wars and Marvel by extension) are getting very clever and unique with their picture book tie-ins, and this was one of our favorites so far! It's full of action-packed scenes of vanquishing villains and hanging with superheroes (favorites from both the movies and comic books make cameos, and adult Marvel fans will have just as much fun picking them out as their little ones). Cale Atkinson's art is vibrant and fun, mixing comic-book style action with kidlit-style characters and layouts, creating some exciting illustrations with hilarious details. The length is perfect, and JJ loved it. A fantastic read for Marvel fans big and small, and Baby Bookworm approved!

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" WOW! So Groot has to save the world before he can go to bed...or is it a dream? Great book for kids and comic fans alike. " said.

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