New York Times Bestseller

Time To Say Goodnight

A gentle rhyming bedtime story

by Sally Lloyd-Jones, illustrated by Jane Chapman

Even little animals have to sleep when night settles over the forest. Little fawns and baby bears must close their eyes, bunnies must stop their hopping, and busy squirrels must stop their crunching so that everyone in the forest can curl up for a good night’s rest.

By the end of the book, guess whose turn it is for bed?

CAUTION:sleep-inducing book. DO NOT use while operating heavy machinery.

Time to Say Goodnight is…

rhyming bedtime treat… sweetly expressive” – Kirkus

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“warm and reassuring” Booklist

“pre-schoolers will be comforted and lulled by the rhythmic, even hypnotic language and the oh-so-familiar parent-child bedtime scenarios… gentle bedtime book… a sweet rhyming story” School Library Journal


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