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Peekaboo Bedtime By Rachel Isadora,

  • Title: Peekaboo Bedtime
  • Author: Rachel Isadora
  • ISBN: 9780399243844
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This companion to the beloved Peekaboo Morning takes children through the evening of the same adorable toddler, who plays peekaboo with everyone from his grandparents to his puppy, until it s finally time to snuggle into bed with his blankie Visual clues leading into each page turn, the repetition of the phrase Peekaboo, I see and Rachel Isadora s gorgeous illustrThis companion to the beloved Peekaboo Morning takes children through the evening of the same adorable toddler, who plays peekaboo with everyone from his grandparents to his puppy, until it s finally time to snuggle into bed with his blankie Visual clues leading into each page turn, the repetition of the phrase Peekaboo, I see and Rachel Isadora s gorgeous illustrations combine to make a wonderful read aloud for young children.
    Peekaboo Bedtime This companion to the beloved Peekaboo Morning takes children through the evening of the same adorable toddler who plays peekaboo with everyone from his grandparents to his puppy until it s finally

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    1. We have played peekaboo a lot with Natalie, so I thought this could be a fun one to read with her But, it was a let down There were two main reasons First, the boy in the book sees hints as to what is hiding in the pictures, but even as an adult, I had a lot of trouble guessing what he was going to find Some were obvious like the cat but the people, the moon, his slippers The second fault of this book was the way it was laid out It made sense to turn the page and see what was playing peekaboo, [...]

    2. My 22 month old is so delighted by this book that she reads it to herself throughout the day The recognizable, everyday bedtime routine and peekaboo game are a winning combination for her, and I love the beautiful pastel illustrations.

    3. A game of peekaboo leads to bedtime through the eyes of a precious toddler Set in the evening, the little one peeks and finds grandparents, the moon, a cat, a puppy, a rubber duckie, and finally blankie and bed Done with a wonderful spirit and gentle sense of fun, this book captures the surprise of peekaboo with a delightfully small group of words.Isadora s vibrant and luscious paintings are pitch perfect and capture glimpses of the child s loving family and a gentle, caring feel With large font [...]

    4. Rachel Isadora is one of Harriet s current favorite authors She loves the playful illustrations and the fact that books are easy enough for her to read by herself.Peekaboo Bedtime is a bedtime story staring the same child as Uh Oh Review coming It s also apparently a follow up to Peekaboo Morning but we haven t read that book yet The book goes through the routine of getting a toddler ready for bed but with the peekaboo game thrown in for laughs.What the boy is looking at is revealed with a turn [...]

    5. This one was okay, but it was the last book read at a storytime where all the books had a bedtime theme and most of the babies including my own had lost interest and were wandering around.We ve read peekaboo books that we like better and we ve read bedtime books that we like better but it was interesting that this one combined the two I ll give it 3 stars for being okay nothing specific to criticize but not really memorable either.

    6. This story follows the bedtime routine of a toddler as he prepares for bedtime It is great for young children as a read aloud The text offers a repetitive text peek a boo and an object The illustrations are easy for children to predict what the object is before they turn the page which helps students be included The objects included in the story are things that are universal and children could relate Some examples are parents, family, and pets.

    7. I really like this one The illustrations are beautiful The story is simplistic but can be fun to share in storytime or with your child at home You can t always spot the item that baby is looking for, but sometimes you can such as the cat, or his grandmother It s a fun way to initiate playtime with little ones.

    8. My the crowd at my Lil Peeps storytime was enthralled with this Peek a boo story They loved guessing what the little girl was seeing Some of the pictures had better clues than others, and I let the kids use those clues to guess.

    9. Peekaboo, I seed the next page reveals a person, object, or other nighttime event that helps a young girl get ready for bedtime Simple text, expressive illustrations make this a perfect bedtime story for little ones Use for 11 2009 Family Jammie Storytime.

    10. A great idea, but some of the pictures are hard to guess what is next Especially the moon and the slippers I liked the idea and the illustrations were good, but not very entertaining for the kids because of how hard it is to guess what comes next.

    11. A toddler plays Peekaboo with the world around him and turns up some suprises The repetition of Peekaboo and richly colored pastels showing familiar things and people s expressive faces is sure to engage very young readers Preschool.

    12. Age range 0 2Literacy skill Print awareness, print motivationThe words Peekaboo I see repeat and the child in book sees lots of familiar people and things from grandparents to the moon This is one that the very young will recognize and relate to.

    13. Isadora s Peekaboo books work really well for Lap Time Most parent s participate helping their babies play peekaboo along with the story 4 8 12Used again for a Peekaboo PJ Story Time 1 29 13Used for my peekaboo lap time again.

    14. Another charming Rachel Isadora book her illustrations of a preschooler, her family and surroundings are adorable as ever Short and simple enough for infant toddler storytimes.

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