May 11 2018
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Go to Sleep, Sheep! – Children’s Book Review and Giveaway

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Go to Sleep, Sheep!
Bedtime Barn #1
Illustrated by Sydney Hanson
Board Book
Thomas Nelson • April 3, 2018

Go to Sleep, Sheep!, the first book in the Bedtime Barn series, features silly, sleepy sheep on the cover and a great, big, colorful barn as the background. Die-cut to the shape of the barn, this book is sure to catch the eye of parents and children alike! With a funny story and engaging artwork, the Bedtime Barn series has the potential to be a unique, popular good night book.

Barnyard themes are popular for showers, nurseries, and entertainment for children, making this book series a timely topic and thoughtful gift option. Go to Sleep, Sheep!,the delightful first story in the Bedtime Barn series, is a giggle-inducing bedtime book that families will enjoy together. Children will love this silly story of sleepy sheep who refuse to go to bed, and the bright, colorful artwork is cuddly cute.

The Bedtime Barn series is a charming addition to any family’s nighttime routine. With fun, charming artwork by Sydney Hanson and silly rhyming text, Go to Sleep, Sheep! appeals to a broad audience.

Thomas Nelson | Amazon

Our Thoughts

My daughter, Natalie, is a beginning reader. When Go to Sleep, Sheep! arrived in the mail, she wanted to snuggle right up and read along with me. There were only a couple of words she needed help with during our first reading of the book, and since then, she enjoys reading it to me on her own. The illustrations are wonderful. Sometimes we will flip through the book just looking at the cute barnyard scenes and talking about farm animals. Each of the adorable sheep in the story has their own special look and personality. When we were coming home the other night, we drove past a farm that had several sheep out grazing. Natalie was so excited to see them, pointing out that they were “just like the sheep in my book, Mom!”. This book has quickly become a favorite…even making it outside for some reading time in between bubbles, bike riding, and sidewalk chalk.

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