Pajama Time! by Sandra BoyntonPajama Time! is a good-night book with the irrepressible language, the inimitable illustrations, the irresistible cast of characters only Sandra Boynton could create.
A jump-roping chicken and a pig on a swing. A Scottie in plaid pajamas and an elephant in a fuzzy one-piece with feet. And in sing-along nuttiness reminiscent of Barnyard Dance!, its time to head to bed-to the beat: Pajammy to the left. Pajammy to the right. Jamma jamma jamma jamma P!J! Everybodys wearing them for dancing tonight. Jamma jamma jamma jamma P!J!
Oversized lap edition also available—perfect for reading aloud!
guess how much i love you Pajamas
This book is a fun and delightful read for the youngest of the readers. Both the hares compete with each other, but finally they the hares realize that love cannot be measured! This book comes with a gorgeous slipcase and several cut-paper devices. With delicate and attractive pop-ups throughout to enhance the storytelling, this book will make for a perfect present for someone you love. Sam McBratney has been writing for children for over thirty years. Guess How Much I Love You is his bestselling book and has sold more than 16 million copies worldwide.
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As we walked into the theatre there was a lady on the stage who made the children think that perhaps they had missed the start of it and they were not sure what she was doing. The hares from the story were very similar in size and it was generally quite hard for my five year old to identify who was little and big nut brown hare. The comparative sizes of the characters and props were also quite hard for them to comprehend as the acorn was huge in relative to the lady. Both of my children found the music magical, but unfortunately the songs were very repetitive and possible more suitable for children aged 18 months to no more than five years. The story took a long time to go though the seasons and they did not link winter to spring and therefore failed to close the circle, which was a shame. Some of actions to the songs were fiddly, and very difficult for the children to do in their seats, but perhaps most unfortunately, there was no visual reference to the moon which is known by all as being the key part of being loved to the moon and back. Overall, this is an overly expensive, disappointing Easter treat for children, and sadly not one I, nor my children, will be repeating any time soon.