|Rating||:||4.87 (664 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
Blechman has created an interactive offering with lots of possibilities and a perfect ending. The reverse cuts add something new to the spread. The book starts with 1 cutout, and continues through 10, and ends at 1. On black pages with die cuts of various numbers and sizes emitting patches of light, a question is posed. Turn the page and surprise! Those die cuts are encircling the lights on a familiar vehicle presented as a simple geometric shape with a young boy as the driver of each of them. The final double-page spread shows a night-light in a muted room filled with toy versions of the vehicles on the previous pages, the child now in bed, reading this book. Cleverly, that same circle is now set against the previous black page, and it’s the opening to a tunnel. Preschool-Kindergarten. For instance, the answer to the firs
Count the nighttime lights on a train, a helicopter, a fire truck, and seven more vehicles in this bold picture book with die-cut surprises.1 light, shining bright? A train!7 lights, flashing red and white? A fire truck!And so on all the way to ten lights. Part guessing game, part counting book, NIGHT LIGHT is a boldly imagined book for the preschool child who loves cars, trucks, and anything that goes. With die-cuts on every other page, this rhyming story features vehicles and counting, combining a high interest preschool subject with important preschool concepts.
kimpagem said This is my daughter's favorite book (she is 1This is my daughter's favorite book (she is 13 months old) This is my daughter's favorite book (she is 13 months old). We could read it every night and she wouldn't get tired of it!. months old). This is my daughter's favorite book (she is 1This is my daughter's favorite book (she is 13 months old) This is my daughter's favorite book (she is 13 months old). We could read it every night and she wouldn't get tired of it!. months old). We could read it every night and she wouldn't get tired of it!. J.Prather said Visually stunning. I love the design of Nicholas Blechman's Night Light. It features bright, bold transportation pictures of cars, trucks, planes, boats and buses. It also functions really well as a first counting book through an innovative use of cut out holes and lots of black space. We begin with a solid black two pa. A big hit with our toddler boy. This is the first book my 2 1/2 year old requested to be read again and againback to back. He enjoyed putting his fingers on the circles and counting the lights, then saying, "what is it?" before turning the page. Even after reading it 3 times back to back, he delighted in turning that page to discove