Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Review: Merry Christmas, Nighty Night by:Michael W. Smith

 Merry Christmas, Nighty Night
**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own. 

About the Book:
It’s so hard to fall asleep on Christmas Eve! Lucky for Cole and his sister, Rose, the Nighty Nights—created by Grammy winner Michael W. Smith and co-creator of VeggieTales Mike Nawrocki—have a special Christmas song to have them dreaming and sleeping in no time.

Merry Christmas, Nighty Night follows the familiar rhythm of the classic Clement Moore poem “The Night Before Christmas” to tell this gentle, musical, and heart-warming story that captures the wonder of Christmas Eve while helping little ones settle in for a cozy “Silent Night.”

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 holiday padded board book sparkles with glitter.

On the night before Christmas, Cole asked from his bed,
“May I wait by the tree for my presents instead?”
“No, Cole,” his mom answered, as she handed him Bear.
Then she kissed him goodnight and helped him say prayers.

My Review:
 This is a sweet little story about the true meaning of Christmas. Cole and Rose are way too excited for Christmas morning and they just can't sleep. But Mom and Dad cant get Christmas ready for them if they are awake. So they are told the true meaning of Christmas through a special song. After the song they are finally able to drift off. The song is set to the rhythm and rhyme of the popular Christmas poem,  “The Night Before Christmas”. 

 This is a precious book and it is a board book so its really good for ages under 10.

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