Thursday, May 7, 2015

Good Night, Knight

Good Night, Knight
Betsy Lewin
Knight and his horse tell each other goodnight and go to sleep. Knight has a strange dream that tells him to go find some golden cookies. So he wakes up horse and they search for the golden cookies. They look everywhere, but can't seem to find the cookies. They are very tired and decide to go home without them. And on the table are the cookies. After each eating one they tell each other goodnight and go back to sleep. Then horse has a dream.

The vocabulary fits a level one or two reading level and the colorful illustrations help tell the story. The length, larger print, and vocabulary make this an excellent early reader. Children will love the humor that the author infused into the plot. Teachers will be able to implement this into a reading curriculum. Parents could use the book as a bedtime story since the plot includes sleeping.

I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.

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