Just Go To Bed (little Critter) by Mercer Mayer

Just Go To Bed (little Critter)

byMercer Mayer

Paperback | April 23, 2001

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Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter is not looking forward to bedtime in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book. Whether it’s time for him to stop playing and take a bath, or when he puts up a fuss getting into is jammies, both parents and children alike will relate to this beloved story. A great way to introduce children to their very own bedtime routine!

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MERCER MAYER began writing and illustrating children's books in 1966, and since then, he has published over 300 titles. Readers can open almost any of his award-winning books and out may pop dragons, cuddly monsters, wonderful creatures, and endearing critters. Drawing from his own childhood adventures for inspiration, Mayer created on...
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Title:Just Go To Bed (little Critter)Format:PaperbackDimensions:24 pages, 8 × 8 × 0.08 inPublished:April 23, 2001Publisher:Random House Children's Books

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0307119408

ISBN - 13:9780307119407

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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Mayer is one of my favourite children's authors. He uses simple sentences, and the illustrations are funny both for adults and kids. This books typifies the patience needed to get one's little critters into bed. Dad tries to get his son ready for bed while his son tries to continue playing. He first pretends to be a cowboy, then a general, a space cadet, sea monster and several other characters. Dad starts off with good humour, however by the end his patience has diminished somewhat.