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Good Night New York City (Good Night Our World)

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Easy-to-read text introduces the sights of New York City through a full day of sightseeing.
Board Book, 24 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Good Night Books (first published January 1st 2006)
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This whole series of books is really cute. Grandmommy bought this one as a souvenir for us to add to our collection (which currently includes Good Night Washington, D.C. and Good Night Texas). It features many of the prominent New York landmarks and simple prose text. I'm hoping to add a few more of these books to our collection and instill an early interest in travel in our child.
Destiny Dawn Long
The first thing that I noticed about these books is their incredibly clunky and awkward prose. The second thing that I noticed is that rather than being a bedtime book, like I expected from the title, they start out in the morning and go through the whole day... often feeling random and haphazard. The illustrations are mediocre.

In short, while I think that this series of books make for popular baby shower and first birthday gifts from family and friends hailing from the featured locales, they'r...more
Monica DiNatale
These books are so fun. I got this for my nephew and he loved it. I like to buy it for kids that don't live in NYC because whenever they visit I can show them some of the things in the book. They use all the great New York City landmarks plus firemen and NYC policemen. I've seen the Philadelphia edition as well and thought it was good too.
Elizabeth K.
We love this! We also live in New York City, which could certainly explain a lot of the appeal. When we read it, I like to point out which places Lucy has already visited (I was surprised by how many, she's not a year old yet), and which will be future destinations.
Sara Chang
We love this book! My son picks this up and brings it over for me to read every night.
This is one of my favorite bedtime stories, especially for city babies.
We LOVE this series! We read one to Clarissa every night!!
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