Sleepytime Me

Sleepytime Me Splashy sunset paints the sky Shy moon tiptoes climbs up high Daylight is fading and night is drawing in It s time for bed A drowsy child observes the wide world settling down coming ever closer to

  • Title: Sleepytime Me
  • Author: Edith Hope Fine
  • ISBN: 9780449810620
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Splashy sunset paints the sky Shy moon tiptoes, climbs up high Daylight is fading and night is drawing in It s time for bed A drowsy child observes the wide world settling down, coming ever closer to home until at last there are good night hugs and kisses for this little sleepyhead Richly painted, evocative scenes illuminate the text, imbuing the whole with mystSplashy sunset paints the sky Shy moon tiptoes, climbs up high Daylight is fading and night is drawing in It s time for bed A drowsy child observes the wide world settling down, coming ever closer to home until at last there are good night hugs and kisses for this little sleepyhead Richly painted, evocative scenes illuminate the text, imbuing the whole with mystery and a sense of comfort and warmth, and making this a bedtime story to treasure for all time.

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    479 thoughts on “Sleepytime Me”

    1. This gentle poetic bedtime book has beautiful illustrations that feel like nighttime. The poetic text is mostly calming, but it falls off track/beat in a few places--rhyming "done" and "on" in one stanza and the repetitive chant "Yawn around, yawn around, sleepy time sky (farm, town, etc.)" actually feels a little out of rhythm with the 4-line rhyming stanzas. It's a quiet bedtime story so just like "Goodnight Moon" it doesn't need to tell a story, but instead to simply set a mood--but when it i [...]


    2. I picked Sleepytime Me by Edith Hope Fine and illustrated by Christopher Denise as my pick for the Caldecott Award. I enjoyed the illustrations of this book mostly because of the color saturation. The blues were very dark and rich, which I thought worked well with the story. I also liked the auras that surrounded all of the lights and stars. The illustrations set the mood very well for the book. It made the reader think of a calm, peaceful night making it a great bedtime story. I also thought th [...]


    3. This lyrical journey to bedtime begins at sunset and leads us through the "yawning" vastness of the night sky, then down to earth where farm animal sleepyheads - chickens, kittens, piglets, puppies, ducklings, and bunnies - are coaxed to rest. As "nighttime gathers" the journey takes us to town where workers head home in trains, buses, and cars. And finally, we are home, where a family settles in for the night, including one precious sleepyhead. This is a bedtime story that will, no doubt, be co [...]


    4. Sleepytime Me by Edith Hope Fine, illustrated by Christopher Denise – Release date: May 27th Perfect rhythm for a bedtime story, wish I had when my son was a baby, would have loved to read it when there were those tough, need a peaceful, beautiful book to read my child to sleep nights… The color choice and beautiful illustrations almost felt like I was watching a movie unveil the simple, happy life of a toddler needing to go to sleep. One of those perfect combinations of author and illustrat [...]


    5. All over town, it's time for bed. Farm animals are settling down to sleep, workers are heading home under street lamps, and last-minute tidying is being done. And then, finally, it is time for sleep. This comforting, sweet book is perfect for pre-bed lap reading, especially for toddlers and preschoolers, although some older children may enjoy it as well. Both the lilting text and lovely illustrations work together to lend a sense of warmth and coziness to the simple story, and many tired parents [...]


    6. SLEEPYTIME METhis book is, in my opinion, the perfect bedtime book (right along with another favorite Sleepyheads). Edith Hope Fine has a gift for spot-on word choice which is essential with books of more sparse text. Her sweet rhyme lulls you through day's end, into night, with the softness and beauty of Christopher Denise's gorgeous artwork.This one is a keeper, folks :D


    7. Sleepytime Me is a soothingly beautiful children’s bedtime book. Author: Edith Fine words are so lyrical, you can add your own tune to it, and the whimsical illustrations pull you into a world of calmness and peace. This book is a worthwhile addition to a family’s book collection, to hold, to read, and to treasure.


    8. Do you remember the Sesame Street song "Everybody Sleeps"? That's what this book reminded me of. Whether it's on the farm or in town, bedtime is for everyone. Fluid rhyming text and soft colorful illustrations make this a great read aloud. It's perfect to snuggle in with a little one and end the day.


    9. SLEEPYTIME ME is a quietly enchanting bedtime story. Luminous illustrations highlight the small, wondrous moments in nature, on farms, in towns, and at home as sleep approaches. Readers young and old will be magically delivered to sleep by the rhythmic text and comforting images found within SLEEPYTIME ME.


    10. This book just oozes bedtime comfort. The illustrations are beautifully done, and the story itself is set to a delightful rhythm. This is sure to wind up being a treasured part of a child's own bookshelf.


    11. The illustrations in this book are stunning and magical. Christopher Denise is amazing. A couple of the rhymes seemed a bit forced, but the illustrations made up for anything the text might have been lacking.



    12. The illustrations are what really make this for me. Lovely detail and overall compositions. The text is nice and simple. It follows a relaxing pattern that would be perfect for bedtime.


    13. The images in this book are lovely and colored well for sleep. The text is short and rhymes; the pictures are intricate. Good for bedtime.



    14. Beautifully illustrated in a Pixar-like fashion. The rhyming text and soft colors make this a perfect bedtime book.



    15. Soft, beautiful illustrations and rhyming text as bedtime falls all around, in town, on the farm, at the house. Love the border collie family in the barn! Escellent for a bedtime story.


    16. Soothing rhyming text is perfect for bedtime and PJ storytime. Especially like the warm glow coming off the illustrations from lightning bugs in the country to a busy city street.




    17. Super cute! I wouldn't do this for a storytime simply because it talks all about bedtime, but the verses were very simple and cute.




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