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Night-Night, Little Pookie by Sandra Boynton

Night-Night, Little Pookie (edition 2009)

by Sandra Boynton

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Title:Night-Night, Little Pookie
Authors:Sandra Boynton
Info:Random House Children's Books (2009), Hardcover
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Night-Night, Little Pookie (Pookie Books) by Sandra Boynton



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24 months - another of the Pookie books which O always enjoys but I get tired of quickly. They are just not as fun as Barnyard Dance, 15 Animals and Pajama Time etc. ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
I love Little Pookie. ( )
  pam.enser | Apr 1, 2013 |
This time, Pookie is off to bed instead of a birthday celebration. He and his mom perform a nightly ritual which will look familiar to many parents of young children: get in pajamas, brush teeth (and nose), await mom's goodnight kisses, and finish up with a bedtime song. My girls enjoy reading about their routines, and the Pookie books invest habitual events with humor and interest. The pictures are adorable, and the text is lilting and imparts its own humor, from the beginning when his mom calls out "Oh, Pooookie!", to the end when Pookie whispers "Night night, little mommy". Also, the song at the end of the book, which presumably Pookie's mom sings, is set off in a different font, so that it is both a part of the story and stand alone. I love this, because whenever I read it, I know that I am singing this love song to my own girls, and the words capture a mother's heart. Because this book is so literally a great bed time story, we choose it often. Sandra Boynton's gift with the young reading set is undeniable. ( )
  nmhale | Dec 21, 2012 |
Sandra Boynton writes some of the best goodnight books ever written. "Good Night, Little Pookie" is no exception. This is a darling tale of a mischievous little pig (Pookie) who is very reluctant (and playful) about going to sleep. I read this to my son almost every night (he's a lot like Pookie). Love it! ( )
  DayehSensei | Jul 21, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375854096, Board book)

It's evening, and mom patiently eases Pookie toward bed. Pookie cooperates (mostly)—though with that particular Pookie flair. And imagine who gets the last word.

Told in Boynton’s signature rhyme and illustrations, this humorous and gentle story will delight toddlers and those that love them.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:44 -0400)

"Pookie gets ready for bed, with a little Pookie flair"--P. [4] of cover.

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