DescriptionSay goodnight to the city that never sleeps! The Big Apple is just waiting for your family to explore. Watch your toddler identify the Statue of Liberty, have a picnic in Central Park, watch construction workers build new skyscrapers, visit world-famous museums, and so much more. Reminisce on a recent trip to NYC, or teach them about what makes the city so beautiful and different. This book is the perfect gift to bring for little New Yorkers everywhere, for birthdays, baby showers, housewarming and going away parties. With the Good Night Our World series, toddlers and preschool-age kids can build listening and memory skills by identifying famous landmarks. Perfect for bedtime or naptime, reading simple, soothing phrases to your young one will help them fall gently to sleep. Our readers love that their child will pick a favorite portion of the story to read along with them, and on top of that, these classic board books were built to last! Made from thick paperboard construction, it was designed with your kids in mind. Introduce stories of exploration to your little one using colorful illustrations and distinct vocabulary with Good Night Books. Be sure to look through our entire line of kids picture books about New York, including Good Night Central Park, Good Night Brooklyn, Good Night Broadway, and many more! Surprise your little traveler today with Good Night New York City!
Good Night Books
October 01, 2006
6.4 X 0.68 X 5.77 inches | 0.55 pounds
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About the Author
Adam Gamble, is a writer, a photographer, and a publisher. He is the author of many books in the Good Night Books series, In the Footsteps of Thoreau, and A Public Betrayed. He lives in Sandwich, MA. Illustrator Joe Veno's artwork encompasses many areas, from children's books and games to multidimensional sculptures. He has illustrated many of the best-selling books in the Good Night Books series, including Good Night Boston, Good Night New York City, Good Night Chicago, and others.