Good Night! Good Night!

Hardcover | January 3, 2017

byCarin BergerIllustratorCarin Berger

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Three little bunnies do NOT want to go to bed, and they use every excuse they can think of to stay up just a little longer. A playful and interactive picture book, featuring a call-and-response text and stunning collage artwork by award-winning author-artist Carin Berger.

It’s time for bed! Mama Bunny’s three little ones do not want to go to bed, but after good-night hugs, good-night kisses, good-night tickles, and a lot of jumping around, they finally do! A lively call-and-response text makes this book an especially good fit for storytime and bedtime. Large type, loads of rhythm and repetition, and Carin Berger’s beautiful cut-paper illustrations add to the excitement and make this a true celebration of the love between parent and child.

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Three little bunnies do NOT want to go to bed, and they use every excuse they can think of to stay up just a little longer. A playful and interactive picture book, featuring a call-and-response text and stunning collage artwork by award-winning author-artist Carin Berger.It’s time for bed! Mama Bunny’s three little ones do not want to ...

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Reading, singing, hugging, kissing, dancing, jumping, playing, bouncing!Will these silly little bunnies ever go to sleep?

Format:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 9.5 × 9.5 × 0.25 inPublished:January 3, 2017Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062408844

ISBN - 13:9780062408846

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“Share the bedtime ritual of a mother rabbit and her three young bunnies. After stories, songs, hugs, and kisses (followed by another hug, of course), each youngster adds something special and unexpected. ...Words and illustrations work together seamlessly to present a charming, cumulative, and playful tale.”