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Time to Sleep, Sheep the Sheep! (Cat the Cat) Hardcover – June 29, 2010
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The story and language is simple and repetitive, which can be tedious to the adult reader (especially if you are asked to read it over and over), but the cadence and concepts make it a winner for toddlers and developing language. The images are cute, and help the story along by going through a bedtime routine (story, bath, brushing teeth, etc.) that every child will recognize. My daughter goes right to sleep after her readings, which is a big plus.
I would recommend this for kids 0-up. I think it's a wonderful part of the bedtime ritual. The book's repetition, routine, and cheery tone make the idea of going to bed fun, comforting and soothing.
This story simply has a cat telling all the other animals to go to sleep, and each page has a different animal proceeding through the bedtime rituals (including a horse on a toilet, to which my son asked "what if he falls in?"). Very cute, and a sort of snarky fun ending.
The best part is it isn't too long...having a kid that wants multiple books at bedtime can get tiring, a few of these are just right!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good rhyming words. I think it will help us learn to read better. ThanksPublished 19 months ago by jane miller
Such a fun book. This was a favorite of my toddler, made him laugh every time we read it.Published 21 months ago by Aileen Wiles
I loved this book because of the original twist on the usual going-to-sleep theme. Not sure if my children caught the irony, but they liked it too, especially since both of them... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Penny Thoughtful
This is my 5 month old's favorite bedtime story. Awesome, simple pictures and text. Can't wait till it comes out as a board book.Published on June 6, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Great books to read to kids and as they get older and begin reading, they enjoy reading the books to you.Published on May 29, 2014 by P. Hartlin