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Number of Pages: 24
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Sub-Genre: Bedtime & Dreams
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
Age Range: Baby - 3 years
Author: Elizabeth McPike
Street Date: May 10, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-11-7004
"McPike's rhyming tale flows as smoothly as a lullaby, describing a child's body parts, from ' tired little toes' to 'tired little everything' as a variety of 'precious little sleepyheads' are prepared for bed. . . . Barton's illustrations show a variety of babies, siblings, and caregivers. . . . An excellent choice for bedtime-themed programs or one-on-one nighttime routines." --School Library Journal "Try holding still while reading 'Tired little arms, stretching up so high, // Tired little hands, waving bye, bye, bye.' Acting out these lines and, additionally, 'Tired little toes, wiggling one to ten, ' for example, will promote language development and prove great fun for babies and young toddlers to mimic. . . . In the crowded field of bedtime books, this is a very sweet nighttime send-off for the littlest yawners." --Kirkus Reviews "Engaging . . . The text is just long enough to tie the ideas together nicely while keeping the forward motion of a picture book designed for the youngest children. In the winsome illustrations, a racially diverse group of babies engages in activities such as crawling, reaching for bubbles, and waving to a bird. . . . Each doublepage spread shows a different child interacting with a parent, grandparent, sibling, or other caregiver (even a family dog)." --Booklist
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