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Books with title A Good Night Walk

  • A Good Night Walk

    Elisha Cooper

    Hardcover (Orchard Books, Sept. 1, 2005)
    Acclaimed author-illustrator Elisha Cooper paints the quiet magic of a good-night walk as the neighborhood settles into itself at the end of the day.As a child and parent walk down the block to the bay and turn to walk back home, evening falls upon the neighborhood. As the walk begins, the squirrels are in the yards, the boys are mowing lawns, a neighbor is baking a pie, and someone is mailing a letter. When the child and parent turn to walk back home, the apple pie is down from the windowsill, the leaves are raked up, and the postman has picked up
  • A Cozy Good Night

    Linda Ashman, Chuck Groenink

    Board book (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Oct. 16, 2018)
    Just when William is ready to fall asleep in his cozy cabin, there is a tap on his window. A chilly chipmunk asks to stay, and Will scooches over in bed. "There's room for two -- I'm sure we'll fit." The chipmunk is just the first in a parade of mammals, each bigger than the last, until the bed is full. Then a note is slipped beneath the door: "Do you have room for just one more?" William tugs the door to see who's there . . . only to find a great big BEAR! Is there enough space to spare? Will the other animals be willing to share? Kids will delight at each new guest's arrival and enjoy counting along as the animals keep scooching over to fit in William's bed. Linda Ashman's clever rhymes set up each page turn with suspense and humor, and the expressions on Chuck Groenink's characters are perfect. This is must reading for the dark time of year when everyone wants to hibernate!
  • A Good Night Walk

    Elisha Cooper

    Paperback (n/a, March 15, 2005)
    Children's literature
  • A Good Night Walk

    Elisha Cooper

    Hardcover (Orchard Books, Sept. 1, 2005)
  • Good Night!

    Ethan Long

    Board book (Harry N. Abrams, Sept. 1, 2015)
    A string of comically stylized parent-and-child animal pairs say “good night” and “sleep tight” to each other in masterful couplets—a chick’s “cheep cheep” is answered by a chicken’s “cluck cluck”; a puppy’s “ruff ruff” is returned with a dog’s “woof woof”—all leading up to a human toddler and her dad at bedtime! This second title in a brand-new board book series on animal (and human) first words by award-winning author/illustrator Ethan Long is sure to make tucking in a lot more fun! Also by Ethan Long: Thank You! and Lion & Tiger & Bear: Tag You're It!
  • Good Night, Good Night

    Helen H. Wu

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 24, 2014)
    Good Night, Good Night is a relaxing bedtime story for young children. With beautiful illustrations and rhyming text, your child will be ready for sleep and know that they are loved when you read this bedtime book with them.
  • Good Night God

    Holly Bea

    Hardcover (HJ Kramer, Sept. 30, 2000)
    On a beautiful fall afternoon after the rain, a young boy and his father go for a walk in the park. As the sun begins to set and father and son return home, the boy says goodnight to all his favorite and familiar friends - the squirrels, the deer, the mouse, and the cats. As he prepares for bed, the boy says goodnight to his stuffed bears, his mom and dad, and most especially to his Creator. Vividly illustrated with jewel-tone paintings, Good Night God is a restful and reassuring bedtime story.
  • Good Night, Good Night

    Dennis Lee, Qin Leng

    Board book (HarperCollins, Feb. 6, 2018)
    Good Night, Good Night collects some of Dennis Lee’s best-loved poems on the themes of bedtime and dreaming, brought to life by the warm and whimsical art of award-winning illustrator Qin Leng. This board book is the perfect nighttime read-aloud for the very young.
  • Good Night! Good Night!

    Carin Berger

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, Jan. 3, 2017)
    Three little bunnies do NOT want to go to bed, and they use every excuse they can think of to stay up just a little longer. A playful and interactive picture book, featuring a call-and-response text and stunning collage artwork by award-winning author-artist Carin Berger.It’s time for bed! Mama Bunny’s three little ones do not want to go to bed, but after good-night hugs, good-night kisses, good-night tickles, and a lot of jumping around, they finally do! A lively call-and-response text makes this book an especially good fit for storytime and bedtime. Large type, loads of rhythm and repetition, and Carin Berger’s beautiful cut-paper illustrations add to the excitement and make this a true celebration of the love between parent and child.
  • Night Walk

    Sara O’Leary, Ellie Arscott

    Hardcover (Groundwood Books, Sept. 29, 2020)
    When a little girl can’t sleep one night, her dad asks if she’d like to go for a walk. They tiptoe through the silent house and step out into the dark.It’s strange and exciting to be out so late. Walking down the street, the girl can see inside the lit-up windows of apartment buildings and houses where people’s lives are unfolding. Kids are having a pillow fight in one house, while a family has gathered for a festive meal in another. She and her dad reach the still-busy shopping area, walking past restaurants and enticing store windows, then stop for a tranquil moment in the park before returning home.Sara O’Leary has captured a child’s nighttime wonder as she explores her neighborhood and comes to the comforting realization that she belongs. Ellie Arscott’s illustrations, luminous and rich in color, perfectly complement the story.
  • Good Night, D.W.

    Marc Brown

    Paperback (LB Kids, June 23, 2004)
    It's time for bed, but D.W. can't sleep, not even after Mom, Dad, and Arthur tuck her in.Fortunately, D.W. finds that she can ease her fears of the dark all by herself-well, almost!
  • Good Night, Good Night

    Sandra Boynton

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Oct. 12, 1985)
    A boatload of animals gets ready for bed, and two rabbits sing them to sleep. Includes words and music to the song.