What a crazy whirlwind week this has been! But here we are, happily arrived at Perfect Picture Book Friday!
My mom is recovering from surgery, so I’m going to be very short and sweet today because I’m short on time. Just remember, my brevity is out of necessity, not because I don’t love you 🙂
I absolutely love today’s book, hot of the presses from my friend Karen Orloff (whom you may know from I Wanna Iguana and other awesome titles!) Check it out!
Title: Good Night, Little Robot
Written By: Karen Kaufman Orloff
Illustrated By: Kim Smith
Sterling Children’s Books, October 2017, fiction
Suitable For Ages: 3 and up
Themes/Topics: robots, bedtime, language fun (rhyme)
Opening: “Little Bot, it’s time for bed.
Let’s get ready, sleepyhead.
Put down the game.
Turn off TV.
It’s almost bedtime,
Can’t you see?
Don’t say ‘NO,’ and don’t protest.
Little robots need their rest.”
Brief Synopsis: It’s bedtime, and Little Bot doesn’t want to power down! But little robots need to sip warm oil, comb their circuits, brush their bolts, and count robot sheep just like all kids 🙂
Why I Like This Book: Such a fun twist on robots and bedtime! All the little robot details are delightful (powering down, sipping warm oil, combing circuits, brushing bolts, etc..) The story is told in perfectly cadenced rhyme that is fun to read aloud. And the bold, bright art and cute robots are just right for the story! Cute and clever, delightful and fun, this is one that kids will demand again and again! 🙂
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do 🙂
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Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!!! 🙂