~I received Monsters Go Night-Night for the purpose of reviewing. Opinions and stories are my own.~
Bedtime means brushing your teeth, putting on pajamas, snuggling, and kissing your family goodnight. For monsters, bedtime looks a little different. They brush their teeth, but not with a toothbrush. They get dressed for bed, but not in slippers and nightcaps. They snuggle, but not with a blankie or a teddy bear. Monsters Go Night-Night takes readers through the bedtime rituals of seven friendly monsters while making each step of the routine a guessing game. Getting ready for bed has never been so much fun!
Aaron Zenz is the illustrator of Skeleton Meets the Mummy and Hiccupotamus. He works as an artist, graphic designer, and multimedia designer and lives in Michigan.
I think it is great to show little kids that monsters are not all scary and can in fact be fun. This book does that by showing us their bedtime routine…which so happens to be similar but different at the same time. A book that will put smiles on little ones’ faces.