The moon is high. The sea is deep.Boynton's inimitable animal characters have graced the pages of scads of picture books over the years. She has an extraordinary knack for knowing what appeals to small children: simple rhymes, goofy animals in goofy settings, and sweet, comforting stories. This book, along with her many other board-book titles (Moo, Baa, La La La!, But Not the Hippopotamus, and others) will surely remain a favorite. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
My grandson LOVES Sandra Boynton: the illustrations and the cadence of her rhyme all help to make these fun readings. Read morePublished 1 day ago by BJP
I have so many memories reading this with my younger siblings before I put them to bed. It was a favorite.Published 4 days ago by Andy
My adult children loved this book when they were little and since I can still recite it from memory I was disappointed that it wasn't the complete story.Published 6 days ago by Marie
This is one of my one year old's favorite bedtime stories. The book is cute, although it's a little strange that the animals exercise after they take their baths. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Dacy
My son and I love this book.
He is just four and knows it off by heart. He joins in at certain places and we laugh at the silly things the animals are doing in both the story... Read more