Max at Night


Product Details

$16.99  $15.63
Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
Publish Date
8.5 X 0.3 X 11.1 inches | 0.95 pounds
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About the Author

Ed Vere studied fine art at Camberwell College of Art in London. In addition to illustrating children's books, Ed is also a painter and is represented by galleries in London and Los Angeles. After a year and a half living in Barcelona, Ed now lives and works in London.


"Max is an adorable protagonist (a cute little cat... what else could he be?) and his adventure to find the moon is fun, engaging, but even more appropriate, calming. An excellent addition to the Max series, don't miss this one. You and your child will love it." - Eyes and Books
"This outing surpasses Max's last...cozy, dozy, comforting fare." - Kirkus
"It's a lovely nighttime excursion that delivers just enough adventure to leave sleepy readers imagining semi-magical quests of their own. " - Publishers Weekly
" It is simple and sweet and long enough to engage a child before bed, but not too long that the parents reading it will get frustrated (I know those books well!)." - The Book Collective
"The illustrations are beautiful and this is the perfect bedtime story to read to your child.
" - YA Book Divas
"This is a wonderful bedtime story. It's calm, positive and has enough little laughs to make it fun to read. " - The O.W.L.
"This story is so fun and imaginative and makes a truly perfect bedtime story." - Forever Lost in Literature
"I look forward to many more of Max's adventures. He is a cute cat and easy to love! Definitely a staple character for my house!" - Reading with Cupcakes
"Max at Night is a good bedtime picture book for younger children, probably from ages zero to five. The words are simple enough that an older sibling with a reading level of 2 or 3 could read the bedtime story.
" - The Novel Life
"Max is one of the cutest cat books I have come across in a while! This is the perfect book to read to your child and teach them to read." - Kara the Redhead
"The story is adorable. We fell in love with Max and had a wonderful time joining him on his journey. " - Amanda Anne XO
"It's adorable and sweet, and the illustrations are simple yet delightful and eye-catching. " - The Literary Hedonist
"The pictures were interesting and made Max look really cute. I especially liked the one with the big yellow moon. I would recommend this book to my friends and teachers to read. I really liked it. - Afton, Age 6" - Kids Book Buzz
"Children will be excited to continue Max's story as they wind down for a good night's sleep." - Reviews Coming at YA
"Vere's playful, minimalist illustrations are just right for this quiet story.
" - The New York Times
"Through short, simple sentences and minimal yet eye-catching illustrations, Ed Vere's Max at Night is a fantastic bedtime story! " - The Pretty Good Gatsby
"You need this for your child's library. As a grown human, this book made me chuckle, so I know a young reader would be entertained by it, too. " - The Literary Hedonist
"What a great bedtime story! The illustration was just too cute, and the story itself is just as charming as sweet little Max. This is a wonderful picture book for both girls and boys of all ages." - Addicted 2 Novels
"Max at Night by Ed Vere is a delightful children's bed time book featuring the adorable kitty, Max...This book is going on our keeper shelf. " - Brooke Blogs
"For the child who loves nighttime, "Max at Night" by Ed Vere will be a great gift to give. It's the story of a cat who has a very special friend.
" - Bookworm Sez Holiday Gift Guide
"Max at Night is one of those books that children will love reading over and over...The simple, enchanting story is immediately appealing in tone and plot, and you can't help but fall in love with the sweet title character. " - Cracking the Cover
"This book is playful and fun. It reminded me of Are You My Mother? and Bears in the Night (Berenstain Bears) because of the repeated question and the retracing his steps at the end...Young children ages 2-4 will delight in this bedtime story, and parents won't mind reading it over and over again.

" - Mom's Radius