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Good Night Hawaii (Good Night Our World) Board book – May 1, 2007
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We just received our first two of these books yesterday, and I noticed that both follow a natural rhythm through the day as well as through the state. The pages begin with phrases such as "good morning, ____"; progress to "hello, ______" and "greetings, _____"; and continue on through "good evening" and "good night". By the end of the book, the reader enjoys a true sense of the state as well as a relaxed, good-night frame of mind. The illustrations are superb, including endless subtle details so characteristic of each state but without being overwhelming for young readers.
"Good Night, Hawaii" is outstanding! It mentions the following: the Pacfic, humpback whales, lei, surfing, mountains, waterfalls, sea turtles and coral reefs, dolphins, beaches and horseback riding. Then we are treated to the island fruits, flowers, conch shells, hulas, luaus, geckos and volcanos, and finally Waikiki Beach and the Observatory. The Hawaii illustrations includes rainbows, shave ice, pineapples, and hibiscus as supporting details for the text. ('Gecko' is misspelled, but the authors are fixing it.)
This is an outstanding series for any child, as it celebrates different cities or regions and helps familiarize them with places beyond their own environments. It is an ideal way to discuss where extended family live or to prepare for a visit or move to another area.Read more ›
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Another Family Favorite, these books never disappoint!! We wanna collect them all!!!Published 6 months ago by Sabrina Johannes
A lovely book to read! A fun and light read with a little Hawaiian culture for the kids!Published 10 months ago by Enza
i love all the "good night" books but this one fell flat. it was very nonspecific. if you've been to Hawaii even once you should be able to list more landmarks, features,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Margaret
Didn't realize the pages were really thick - like a pre K book for very young beginning readers. Very few words on each page.Published 18 months ago by Leisa