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*Princess Baby, Night-Night* by Karen Katz
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Princess Baby, Night-Night
by Karen Katz
Baby-PreK 32 pages Schwartz & Wade January 2009 Hardcover    

Princess Baby, Night-Night a story for children and parents alike. Children will instantly be enchanted by the adorable baby in the story and the fact that she is a princess. It will also be a parental favorite as it will help to get their child to sleep at night. This light, happy story will especially captivate especially young princesses everywhere.

In Princess Baby, Night-Night, Princess Baby is not ready for bedtime, and she isn’t sleepy. This will sound familiar to parents of children with their “just a few more minutes” at bedtime every night. Little Princess has so much to do: she has to put on her pajamas and put her toys away; there has to be a book chosen for her bedtime story; and of course, there is the brushing of the baby’s teeth.

As Princess Baby carries out what she considers to be her royal duties before she can go to sleep, including acting out all of these activities with her stuffed animals, little ones will be delighted. Finally, when she is asked if she is ready for her goodnight kiss, there is no answer - she has worn herself out and is fast asleep.

Karen Katz’s charming illustrations will captivate the littlest readers with their attention-getting glittery gold look. By the time the little Princess in the story is ready for bed, the child will be as well. So many parents find themselves negotiating to get their children to bed; they will chuckle at the ones in this story and most probably recognize them. Meanwhile, little ones will find they make sense, and when they are all used up, it will be their bedtime as well.

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