Night Night Farm

Night Night Farm {A Children’s Bedtime Story}

by Amy Parker
Published by Flyby Promotions, Tommy Nelson Books Genres: bedtime, children's books

I’m not sure who gets more excited about a new book … my 3 year old or me! Even his books excite me. I’ve been looking for a few books to help the little guy to wind down for bedtime.  We received Night Night Farm in the mail (in exchange for an honest review) a few weeks ago.  {Affiliate links included in this post.}

While the little guy was busy looking for the tractor on nearly page, I was taking in all the cute little animal faces. The illustrator of this book has my attention. After we took a quick trip through the book looking at all the scenery, we went back through the pages to actually read the book.

My little guy enjoyed telling me who the babies were and who mommy and/or daddy were in each ‘night night’ scene. I liked the opportunity to practice exercising his speech therapy through the sound each new animal made as we read through the book.

My little guy enjoyed listening to the story and interjecting with his own thoughts the very first time we read the book.  We have continued reading it almost every night as we prepare for bedtime.

The book is a quality board book that will withstand his rough little boy ppages that don’t tear easily with an excited child.

About the Book

Night Night Farm
Moo moo, cows!

Baa baa, sheep!

When the sun sinks low down on the farm, the animals are all tuckered out from the day’s adventures. Join these adorable farm animals in pajamas as they say night night to the farm, to their mommies and daddies, and to God.

Your little ones will sleep until the rooster crows knowing that the God who made them loves them too.

Night night, farm!

About the Author

Amy Parker’s children’s books have sold more than 800,000 copies including two Christian Retailing’s Best award-winning books and the bestselling A Night Night Prayer. She lives outside Nashville with her husband and two children.

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30 thoughts on “Night Night Farm {A Children’s Bedtime Story}

  1. This looks like a very sweet book. I prefer children’s books to adult books most of the time! I agree that I may like them more than my kids do!

  2. Wow, sounds like a nice book. My son loves bedtime stories and my hubby make it sure he read one for him every night.

  3. What a cute book, Tami. I’ll have to let my niece know about this book for her two little ones. Thanks for sharing with Thankful Thursdays, I hope to see you again next week.

  4. I would love to win this for my grandchildren. Just last night on the phone i got to hear my grand daughter tell me what the animals say,she know the sounds and what they are .They live in Illinois and I live in Kentucky and this book would be great for her nd her brother they are 2 & 7. Thank you have a blessed day.

  5. We wind down our daughters by laying on the bed for a bit before bath time, then after bath time and we get them in their PJs we read lots of books

  6. To help wind down my child right before bed, I give him a nice luke warm bath and a warm glass of milk before bed, great giveaway!

  7. I wind them down by giving them a nice warm bath and then reading to them until they fall asleep. They love Goodnight Moon.

  8. We have a bedtime routine that they follow consisting of cleaning room, brushing teeth, taking vitamin and then reading. My son loves Green Eggs & Ham.

  9. I help wind down my 2 little girls by giving them some warm milk, reading a story, and then saying a nightly prayer.

  10. We have a regular nighttime routine, starting with a bath and brushing teeth, then snuggling and reading a story or two. Our little guy loves animal books, so Night Night Farm would be perfect!

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