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Good Night, D.W. (Arthur) epub

by Marc Brown

Good Night, D.W. (Arthur) epub

ISBN: 0316733857

ISBN13: 978-0316733854

Author: Marc Brown

Category: For Children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: LB Kids (June 23, 2004)

Pages: 24 pages

ePUB book: 1230 kb

FB2 book: 1334 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 120

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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!
Love it!!
Another success for Marc Brown. My kids are huge Arthur fans, so this series of books has been great too. The pictures are really brightly colored which has been a hit.
I like all the Arthur and D.W. books because it is clear that the author is a parent and understands what truly goes on in a modern family. Yes, D.W. is a pain, and Arthur is a little bit of a condecending do-gooder, but that is what makes these books so relatable to both children and their parents. Great books with wonderful illustrations.
"Good Night, D.W." is another in a series of recent Arthur/D.W. books aimed at slightly younger stories than the original Arthur stories in general. This one finds D.W. trying to get to sleep, but coming up with all sorts of reasons why she can't.

D.W. really wants to get to sleep, but just doesn't seem to be tired. Furthermre, the wind is making noise outside, and so is Baby Kate. Arthur and his parents come in and try to give her some things to help her out. But all of these things don't seem to help and only make her more awake.

"Good Night, D.W." is very cutely and lushly illustrated. One of the best things is the detail. Because this a book, the illustrations can include much more detail than what you usually see on the show. The best part is that D.W.'s normal pink sleeping jumpsuit is now adorned with images of herself, stars, Arthur and a crescent moon wearing a cap.
My 3 year old loves this book. However, she never mentioned monsters under the bed until we read this book. Hmm.. seems that wasn't such a good idea to mention. We still read the book, but I skip over certain parts (monsters). I don't want to give my daughter something ELSE to worry about.

Cute book. BUT if your child doesn't know about "monsters", then I would wait or skip certain pages.