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3.61 of 5 stars 3.61  ·  rating details  ·  77 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Board book, 10 pages
Published 2006 by Bendon Publishing International, Inc.
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John Yelverton
Precious children's book that children will love to get read to him before bed.
Robert Beveridge
No author listed, Nighty-Night (Bendon Publishing, 2011)

Just when I think Bendon Publishing, the Ohio company who publishes the Sesame Beginnings series, has finally started getting it right, they come out with something like this. I have to admit Nighty-Night is the bean's favorite of the Sesame Beginnings books, but I'm often reluctant to read it to him because as a piece of writing, it's simply dreadful. There's absolutely no way to make this page scan, poetically:
“When it's time for bed,
Meg McGregor
A very sweet way to help your precious little one fall asleep! My favorite is Big Bird holding his favorite teddy bear, as seen on the cover!
Robbie S.
This book makes me... so... sleep...
Jessica Allen
This is just a simple, rhyming board book that I read to my daughter. Sesame Street is classic and always a great choice, in my opinion, when it comes to learning and catching the attention of a child. The characters are well known, and it seems as though Sesame Street will be around for a long time.
Another cute addition to the Sesame Beginnings series. This one shows what the baby characters need to sleep at night, such as Big Bird's teddy bear, Radar. The rhyming scheme is a little forced but not awful.
This one is about the Sesame Street crew as babies and what they use to help them fall asleep. My favorite is the last one - Cookie Monster falling asleep surrounded by cookies. :)
A definite favorite, we have a copy upstairs and one downstairs!
Aug 04, 2012 Sarah added it
One of my son's favorites. I read it at least 3 times a day!
Jessica Lyons
My son and I both know this book by heart. Love it
My baby loved this one too! :P
Read this to Kate.
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