It is springtime, and that means it is about time to get our garden ready! My family plants a lot of different vegetables in our garden. The plants in Goodnight, Veggies are many of the same ones that we plant, too. This story is fun to read because I know what a lot of the vegetables are in this book. I have read a story similar to this one, called Goodnight, Moon. This other story is kind of the same as Goodnight, Veggies because when you’re reading this story, you are saying goodnight to the different vegetables in the garden.
I like the pictures in the book because they are pretty and easy to understand. I also like the worm in each picture; he is always digging somewhere or doing something silly throughout the book. The pages don’t have a lot of words, but there are some big and different ones on the pages than what I normally use. These words are ones to describe things about sleeping or getting ready to fall asleep. I know that kids of all ages will like this book!
|Author||Diana Murray, with illustrations by Zachariah OHora|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||HMH Books for Young Readers|
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