Review: The Night Night Book by Marianne Richmond Review: The Night Night Book by Marianne Richmond

Review: The Night Night Book by Marianne Richmond

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Author Marianne Richmond has countless award-winning books that have sold millions around the world to date. Her latest book, The Night Night Book was just released this month, and I received a preview copy. I thought this was just an adorable book. I loved the nontraditional pictures. On the first night I read this to my little one, he asked for me to read it two more times. This has become one of our nightly favorites!

 The Night Night Book by Marianne Richmond

The story follows a little boy as he says good night to all of these things, like his sandbox and puzzles. The story is also all in cute rhyming phrases. Here is a sample:

Night night sky,

Night night moon.

Dear tomorrow,

see you soon!


About the author: Marianne Richmond has a licensed card and jewelry line. She sells her popular jewelry line, Magnet House Jewelry, to loyal customers around the country. Marianne’s first book, The Gift of an Angel, for parents welcoming a new child.  “I wanted to create products that had a valued place in people’s lives,” says Marianne, “and creating a book to commemorate a big life event seemed like a way to do so…”  That decision ignited a passion to write and illustrate books that honor life — the moments, the milestones, the relationships. Marianne has over 65 books to her name.

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 The Night Night Book by Marianne Richmond

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4 Comment

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    May 4, 2011 at 2:23 pm

    The book “If I could Keep You Little” sounds so sweet! 🙂

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    Debbie jackson
    May 6, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    i like i love you so

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    Rachel Benson
    May 7, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    “If I could keep you Little”- Ive been saying this lately with my babys 1st birthday coming up.

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    Raven In A Blue Room
    May 9, 2011 at 10:11 pm

    another great book is If I Could Keep You Little

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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