This is a great redo on the classic folktale about a noisy house. Owl is adorable, the predictive text makes for a great read aloud and mouse is just the right amount of naughty. However, why is Owl going to sleep at night? Some possible themes this book can be used for are emotional health, home construction, nocturnal animals, or animal sounds. This is a great springboard book, and a pretty good bedtime story to boot. Preschoolers up to about age 6 will love it.
Meet owl in this cleverly written and adorably illustrated picture book by Greg Pizzoli. Another great read-aloud by this fantastic author and illustrator. Owl is trying to go to sleep, but he’s hearing a mysterious noise that’s keeping him awake! Readers will giggle as owl empties shelves, pulls up floor boards, knocks down walls, and even removes his roof all in an attempt to find this noise. The ending is sweet and simple: Owl knows the noise is indeed a mouse. He is calm, and ready for sleep, (finally) and says “Good Night, noise”.
Great book for a group or one on one with a child. Very funny, and not a soothing bedtime story. Owl pulls down his whole house looking for the squeaking sound that is driving him crazy.
Owl really should use his big eyes or his offset ears to find the source of the squeak instead of overreacting. But it’s still a very fun book.
Review: I Read Good Night to the kids on the rug, they really liked it. The pictures are colorful which helps grab their attention. The repetition made it easy to make it interactive and the kids always enjoy knowing what's going to happen next.
madhava03 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over
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