Review: God Bless You & Good Night

Book Description

God Bless You and Good Night is now available as a touch-and-feel book! This beloved bedtime classic has touched more than 315,000 families, and this touch-and-feel edition offers even more fun as little ones prepare for bed.

Bedtime can be a precious time of connection for you and your little one. Enjoy those snuggly moments together as you read this classic bedtime book while exploring all the fun touch-and-feel elements, from the polar bear’s soft fur to the elephant’s leathery skin to the silky grass of the African grasslands.

In God Bless You and Good Night Touch and Feel, sleepy little ones are reminded of God’s blessings and how much they are loved. The delightful rhyming story takes readers through several scenes of snuggly animals who are getting ready for bed from putting on pj’s, brushing teeth, and saying good-night prayers. Now with added touch-and-feel elements, children can engage with the story even more. God Bless You and Good Night Touch and Feel will be a favorite part of the bedtime ritual for parents and children.

Whether for a baby shower or birthday or as a heart-melting way to surprise the grandparents-to-be, God Bless You and Good Night Touch and Feel is the perfect touch for any celebration.

God Bless You & Good Night is a Juvenile board book for the very youngest by Hannah C. Hall. It’s a great touch & feel board book to read while getting ready for bed.

The text is organized in short paragraphs to be read to the child by the caretaker, older children can read it for themselves and would probably enjoy reading it to a younger child. The animals have an essential feature for touching that resembles the fur for that animal. The layout of this book is sufficient for the telling of this story.

The author uses imagery to tell the story. Pictures range from snack time to bath time to story time to hugs and prayers. The front cover relates to the book because it shows the mother giraffe and her baby snuggling and the baby is ready for bed. The primary medium used in the illustrations are touch and feel drawings.

I recommend this board book to caretakers to read to young children as the child explores the book.

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4 thoughts on “Review: God Bless You & Good Night

  1. This reminds me of my granddaughter who lived with me for many years when she was little. I would read to her every single night. She insisted. What a wonderful memory. She’s 28 years old now and pregnant with twins.

    Have a blessed day and weekend, Michelle. Big hug. ♥

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  2. This sounds like a delightful bedtime story. I read to my kids every night before bed and my son and DIL do the same. I will recommend this one to them. Thanks for sharing this one Michelle.

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