Book Review – My Little Night Light

5 May

I have a slight obsession with children’s books. I will get completely side tracked when I see a picture book….and then get so absorbed in it that I lose whoever I was with. Which equals lots of time looking for them again. Like I said, only a slight obsession.

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I am decently picky about what ones I love though. The pictures have to fit into one of the few categories I enjoy. The story has to make sense, be interesting enough for me to want to read a few hundred times, and/or rhyme.

My Little Night Light is a rhyming picture book that encourages kids to not be scared of the dark.

I am excited to say that this book is SO CUTE.  Here are the things I love about it:

  • reads well out loud for those multiple bedtime readings
  • is a good length for bedtime  – you know those books that are essentially novels that your little sweetheart wants you to read? this isn’t that. you’ll actually smile and agree when they ask for this one!
  • There are verses before and after the story, memory verse time anyone??
  • There is a page of vocabulary words at the end, for those awesome words throughout  that your little one might not know , like ‘ knight’ ‘looming’ ‘bloom’ and ‘dusk’
  • The pictures are simple, and if it doesn’t sound strange to say, calming. They remind me a little bit of the pictures in ‘good-night moon’.

 

You can get your own copy, on kindle or paperback,  here on Amazon. You won’t be disappointed!

Keep up with Felecia on twitter, instagram and facebook. I received this book for free from Felecia in exchange for my personal review.

~Laura

2 Responses to “Book Review – My Little Night Light”

  1. everydaywiththeking May 6, 2016 at 11:39 am #

    Happy to have discovered your blog. I am a fellow book lover. Promoting children’s love for books is very dear to my heart.

    Like

    • booksnbakery May 6, 2016 at 1:47 pm #

      Thanks for coming by! I am Crazy about books – and about encouraging kids to read! That was one of my favorite things when I was a preschool teacher and nanny – sitting down with a stack of books =)

      Like

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