Let's Get Ready For Bed: Book Review

Let's Get Ready for Bed: Book Review

I was so excited to receive this book today from BookLook Bloggers! I am very familiar with Michael W. Smith's songwriting talents and was eager to read some of his word craftings! I quickly discovered within a few moments that this had to be the sweetest bedtime story with a song!

What's It About?

From Grammy Award-winning artist Michael W Smith and the co-creator of VeggieTales Mike Nawrocki comes Let's Get Ready for Bed, the second in a series of bedtime books in the Nurturing Steps line. This sweet and sleepy picture book will lull your little one to sleep with their favorite stuffed animal characters the Nighty Nights.
As an added bonus, this book includes a link that allows readers to listen to Michael W. Smith singing the lullaby from the story.
Founded by Michael W Smith, Nurturing Steps is an infant and toddler series of children’s music and books with a simple mission to enliven a child’s journey with hope and faith through music and storytelling.
This picture book features a cover that shines with foil.
Let's Get Ready For Bed

Illustrations by Mike Nawrocki

Book Review

The book begins with two friends, Lamby the sheep, and Eddy the bear looking for Sleepy Puppy. They find him taking a bubble bath, dressing in warm jammies, brushing teeth, and then lovingly saying his prayers of protection for his friends. The illustrations are bright and beautiful. The story nurtures wee people towards personal hygiene, bedtime routines, and thoughtfulness towards others. My favorite part of the book is the Rock-a-bye goodnight lullaby serenade from Sleepy Puppy's good friends. A sweet book and just right for my five-year-old grandson!

5/5 stars. Highly recommend!
Let's Get Ready For Bed

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers http://booklookbloggers.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

Happy Reading!

Lady D

 “You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me." C. S. Lewis