Sleep Tight, Charlie by Michael Escoffier

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Sleep Tight, Charlie rates high on design and story elements. The fonts are easy to read and well placed. Onomatopoeia pages encourage kids to participate in reading, while also emphasizing Charlie’s increasing irritation.
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It's been a busy day, and Charlie, like any tired rabbit, is ready for bed. He arranges his slippers and glass of water, finds his teddy bear, and checks to make sure there are no monsters under the bed. But just as he drifts off to sleep, TAP TAP TAP, a loud noise outside the window, wakes him up. It's not just the tapping of Bird that keeps him up, Squirrel starts cracking nuts, then Mouse begins playing on the swings. Will Charlie ever get some rest?! This playful and beautifully illustrated picture book is funny and entertaining. Charlie's humorous expressions, inspired by slapstick comedians like Charlie Chaplin, will make you laugh out loud at every turn.
 

About Michael Escoffier

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Paris-based Kris Di Giacomo (enormous Smallness) is a noted illustrator of more than thirty children's books, including twenty with best-selling author Michaël Escoffier, such as Take Away the A, The Day I Lost My Superpowers, and Where's the Baboon? He lives in Lyon, France.
 
Published September 5, 2017 by Princeton Architectural Press. 56 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Cindy Helms on Aug 23 2017

Sleep Tight, Charlie rates high on design and story elements. The fonts are easy to read and well placed. Onomatopoeia pages encourage kids to participate in reading, while also emphasizing Charlie’s increasing irritation.

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