ARC Review: Put on Your PJs, Piggies! Illustrated by Sydney Hanson

Put on Your PJs, Piggies! Illustrated by Sydney Hanson

Published March 5th, 2019 by Thomas Nelson

Genres Children’s, Christian

Pages 20

Goodreads / Amazon

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It’s pj time at Bedtime Barn, but the piggies want to keep playing! Get your little ones ready for bed with Put on Your PJs, Piggies!, a giggle-inducing story that will convince even the most stubborn bedtime resisters to cuddle up for sleepy time. Children will love the sweet artwork, silly characters, and sparkly glitter on the barn-shaped cover. The playful pigs in Bedtime Barn don’t want to go to sleep! Will they ever put on their pjs and settle in? “I want to play!” squeals the littlest pig. “The sun’s still shining bright!” “Let’s have a chase!” one pig cries out. “We’ll never say good night!” Put on your pjs, Piggies! If your little ones insist they aren’t sleepy, make bedtime more fun by curling up with this playful story. Once the playful pigs hit the hay, your sleepyheads will realize that bedtime isn’t so bad after all.

This is a fun board book aimed at children between the ages of 2-5, filled with very cute illustrations and a great little story. The piggies go through their night time routine after there mom & dad tell them its time for bed. They have a snack and a bath, then into their PJs they go to snuggle and say their night time prayers. I liked the fact that their prayers included thanking God for their brothers & sisters, as well as their parents. This is a fun book for kids at bedtime and still holds a great little message about thanking God for all his gifts.

Thank you to the publisher, Thomas Nelson, for sending me a review copy of this book.

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