Double Tap to Zoom.Many of North Americas most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these boardbooks designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for the continents natural and cultural wonders Each book stars a multicultural group of people visiting the featured areas attractionssuch as the Rocky Mountains in Denver, the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Lake Ontario in Toronto, and volcanoes in Hawaii Rhythmic language guides children through the passage of both a single day and the four seasons while saluting the iconic aspects of each place....
|Title||:||Good Night New York City (Good Night Our World)|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Publisher||:||Good Night Books 28 Oktober 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||198 Pages|
|File Size||:||595 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Good Night New York City (Good Night Our World) Reviews
Wer seinem Kind NYC etwas näher bringen möchte, für den ist das Buch genau das Richtige. Ich habe es ursprünglich in einem Buchlanden in Manhattan entdeckt und seitdem immer wieder nachgekauft, weil es sich auch sehr gut als Geschenk eignet.
The Good Night books by Adam Gamble are enjoyable. There isn't much of a story in any of the books and this one is no different. All the books start in the morning and go through the day until it's finally time to say good night (hence the title) while pointing out different places/things that the city/state is known for. My 1.5 yr old likes the pictures and loves repeating the names of all the places and saying the different things she spots on each page. I like that places/things mentioned can be visited or experienced, plus I like building off of what is written and adding more facts about the different places/things.The only downside is that there are so many places to see/things to do, especially in New York City, that I wish the books were longer to mention more about the city (but I understand that would make the books ridiculously long and therefore it is unfeasible for the author to actually do). I still love the books for their site seeing type of feel.
We love every book we've read so far in the "Good Night World" series and always try to get them when we visit a new place. They also make great gifts for babies or young kids and it's fun to buy something a little more personal to add to whatever we've chosen to give from the registry. I like to get books from places that are special to the parents, and they always enjoy opening them. When our son was born I also bought him the books from his birth state and the states where his dad and I each grew up. They are some of our go-to books to read at night, and they are the perfect size to stick in the diaper bag and bring along with us. We have read several of these books now in the past 7 months, and "Good Night NYC" is another great one that I'm looking forward to giving to my friend!
The 'Good Night' series is pretty bland and predictable but that's OK. You get cute pictures, a narrative that sort of, kind of rhymes and a bit of a tour of the city in question.I'm a native New Yorker and picked this up for our twin girls (aged 3) it gets regular play in the rotation and the girls like it.It's no one's favorite bed time book but for the price it's certainly an acceptable addition to their library.
My kid loves this book. It's super simple but perfect for little kids. As he has gotten older, I ask him to identify things in the pictures. There is so much going on in every picture. Can't wait until he is older and we will start visiting all of these places!
Chosen for a child that will essentially have this view out of her living room window. A fun book for child and parent.