If there ever was a child who loved her books, it would be mine. If there ever were a child who wasn’t really great at sleeping, it would be mine. So…bedtime books? I think they should come with some sleep inducing magic that would make sleep a little easier. A mom can wish, right?
We all know that I do buy books because of their covers. So…when I saw this book, I knew I had to have it–sleep inducing side effects or not.
And Goodnight, Little Love has beautiful art all the way through. I love that about it. It’s a popular choice in our house because there are little details on most of the pages that are so much fun to look at.
The story is really sweet too. It talks about all the things that we’ll do when morning comes again, and ends with the wish that even at night mama and baby’s hearts will always be entwined. So precious. Some of the wording may feel a little forced in an attempt to rhyme. But I am the only one who notices. She is all about the pictures and the glittery hearts on the cover, and I do think it would make a very sweet little gift–especially with Valentine’s coming up!
This book doesn’t count towards my reading goals for the year. (I’m just slow in getting a review up!) But we do read it dozens of times a week. So maybe it should count for something. What do you think? ;)
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