The Noisy Way To Bed

The Noisy Way To Bed In this nighttime followup to the bestselling BOOK BOOK BOOK going to bed has never been so noisy or so fun You re supposed to be quiet at bedtime right Well someone should tell these animals that

  • Title: The Noisy Way To Bed
  • Author: Ian Whybrow Tiphanie Beeke
  • ISBN: 9780439556897
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this nighttime followup to the bestselling BOOK BOOK BOOK , going to bed has never been so noisy or so fun You re supposed to be quiet at bedtime, right Well, someone should tell these animals that The little boy just wants to go to sleep, but the duck, the horse, the sheep, and the pig won t let him get to bed .or even finish a sentence Come along as the fiIn this nighttime followup to the bestselling BOOK BOOK BOOK , going to bed has never been so noisy or so fun You re supposed to be quiet at bedtime, right Well, someone should tell these animals that The little boy just wants to go to sleep, but the duck, the horse, the sheep, and the pig won t let him get to bed .or even finish a sentence Come along as the five friends find theirquack baah neigh oinknoisy way to bed

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    • Sarah Sammis says:

      Remember Harriet's flair for bizarre humor? Now that she can read, she's found that she can pick out books that fit her sense of humor. A recent pick of hers was The Noisy Way to Bed by Ian Whybrow which she delighted in reading to me.A young boy living on a farm decides it is time for bed and heads back to the farmhouse. Along the way he meets up with a number of farm animals who in their own "noisy way" make it known that they want to go to bed too.So a long line of animals follow the boy home [...]

    • Jamie says:

      A little boy has been playing outside all day, and is very tired. All he wants to do is go home and go to bed. On his walk home, he meets some noisy animals who follow him home. They oink, and neigh and quack all the way home. Finally, the boy reaches his bed and falls asleep with all of the noisy animals.The artwork is mixed media, but predominantly done in watercolor. The soft, hazy colors of the scenery help give the reader the feel of bed time. The bright colors will appeal to children.This [...]

    • Matt Davies says:

      It's bedtime, but how can the little boy find his way? With the help of some very friendly farm animals is the answer. The art is very expressive and really brought the story to life for me. The use of an uncompleted rhyme gives a certain tension to the story, and with the animal noises encourages participation. With it's "journey" structure it would work really well for drawing, or otherwise creating, a map of the story, and the animals he meets are all those you would commonly find as toys in [...]

    • Tara says:

      This book was funny. I really liked it and i thought it would be a great book to read aloud to a class. Maybe as an end of the day story. It is cute and the children could engage in the story telling as well. I found it to be very interesting and cute and I myself was wondering if the little boy would ever make it to bed.

    • Ariel Cummins says:

      A total mashup of the popular bedtime and farm animal/animal sounds genres. A little boy is making his way to bed, but he keeps getting interrupted by very noisy animals!Lots of watercolor backgrounds give the illustrations a dreamy, sunset look.Great for reading before bed, or at a bedtime themed story time for toddlers.

    • Robina says:

      while the writing can be a bit stilted, my toddler giggles out loud every time an animal interrupts the little boy's bedtime walk. this is our last bedtime book of the evening, every night (until the library wants it back!).

    • jacky says:

      This was read at story time today. It was alright. The illustrations were pretty good and it had a predictable pattern, but it was a surprise what animal would be next. It could make a good bed time book.

    • Paula says:

      As a sleepy boy decides it is bedtime and sets out across the farm toward home, he meets several animals who, in their noisy way, express the same idea.

    • Aleece says:

      A great book about the different sounds that animals make all while a little boy tries to make it home for bed. Kids can imitate the sounds of the animals which makes this story a blast for kids.

    • Salsabila dewatmoko says:

      there's may way to go to the bed. Finally, after hard work, the nice place is on bed

    • Brandi says:

      Not your typical bedtime story, with animal sounds encouraging participation.

    • Eileen says:

      ages 2-4 – a little boy on his way to bed runs into many different animals – good for story time

    • Brenna Call says:

      This one could have been better although I did like it after I kinda made it my own. I used this one for both toddler and preschool storytime.

    • Katie Fitzgerald says:

      Read at Pajama Story Time on 9/5/12: storytimesecrets/

    • Tiff says:

      Lovely book to read for children, full of animal noises. Simple, yet sweet, great way to put a child to bed. It was perfect for storytime. Home run, baby!

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