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Princess Says Goodnight ❰Reading❯ ➸ Princess Says Goodnight Author Naomi Howland – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk When a little girl pretends she's a real princess her imagination soars and her bedtime routine is transformed into a majestic affair While practicing curtsies on her way to bed she gets the royal tre When a little girl pretends she's a real princess her imagination soars and her bedtime routine is transformed into a majestic affair While practicing curtsies on her way to bed she gets the royal treatment chocolate cream Princess Says Kindle - éclairs glass slippers ladies in waiting a tiara—even a bubble bath with a special fluffy towel to dry her toes Being a princess is so much fun But at bedtime there's one thing a little girl—or a princess—always gets a kiss before saying goodnight.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Princess Says Goodnight
  • Naomi Howland
  • English
  • 28 April 2016
  • 9780061455254

About the Author: Naomi Howland

Naomi Howland is an American children's book author and illustrator Raised in Englewood New Jersey she was educated at the School of Visual Arts in New York City Her first book ABCDrive began as an illustration assignment Princess Says Kindle - at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California In addition to her own books Howland has illustrated a number of picture books written by other authors.



10 thoughts on “Princess Says Goodnight

  1. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    Cute rhyming text about a little girl who imagines she is a princess on her way to bed Girly girls will definitely appreciate all the princess y aspects of bedtime from wishing on a star from her tower window to wearing a silky lacy bathrobe with feathers to daddy checking under the mattress for a pea or other lumps ; David Small's watercolors are soft and gently humorous perfect for bedtime

  2. J. Boo J. Boo says:

    Amusing rhymed tale of a girl who imagines herself to be a princess going to bed with parents siblings and pets playing the roles of castle servants Some nice little touches in the images For example we start with Princess and her parents in their ordinary clothes while a hallway mirror reflects what Princess sees them wearing in her imagination The idea is good but not IMHO executed uite as well as it could have been But then again the target audience DD age 4 is entirely uncritical and has reuested it a couple of times as her bedtime story DS age 6 was reasonably amused which is pretty good for a targeted plotline that in less deft hands would send small boys fleeing for the exits Me 35DD 45

  3. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    A delightful display of everything princessy and pink to read at bedtimeAges 4 8Like my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website The Book Radar

  4. Fats Fats says:

    In this charming picturebook in verse a little girl pretends she is a princess and imagines the things a princess would do before she goes to bed Does a princess practice her curtsies down the hall? Does she get a frothy glass of milk with chocolate cream eclairs? Naomi Howland’s short rhyming verses are brimming with descriptive words that would appeal to children’s vivid imagination There is a playful rhythm to these lines that would make little girls think of themselves as princesses themselves Princess Says Goodnight has the same charming illustrations as David Small's other picturebooks like Imogene's Antler's The Gardener and The Library There is movement in his drawings that make Howland’s verses jump to life Princess Says Goodnight is one of those short but sweet and adorable bedtime storybooks for kids

  5. Leslie Leslie says:

    Princess Says Goodnight imagines how it must look for a princess would say goodnight aka go to bed even while teh reader must imagine what actions correlate to the little girl’s saying goodnightPrincess Says Goodnight is playful but uiet not eye popping candy colored or sparkly energy The girl is vibrant sure but the wash of colors and movement is softened The text is rhythmic the words are lulling It is a good bedtime book And one that is good for a sibling who likes to have their special time in play and intimacy with their parents This is a really nice tuck in bed book that shouldn’t exhaust with re reading even while it should prove useful for those who desire a cooperative and calming bedtime

  6. Ally Copper Ally Copper says:

    Parents can never have enough books to help their little ones snuggle into bed 'Princess Says Goodnight' is a good one for the collection With simple text and fun rhymes this book may soon become the favorite of little princesses everywhere Engaging water color illustrations show a little girl using her imagination to see the castle and kingdom folk all around her as she finishes her day and makes her way to bed I especially like the picture of the little princess's parents as they walk down the hall They are dressed in regular clothes but their reflection in the mirror shows them in the typical garb of fairy tale land citizens I enjoy how the illustrations hint at the pretend play that is taking place Super book for toddlers and preschoolers

  7. Layla & Rachel Layla & Rachel says:

    You should probably know something about us We read a lot of princess books Sometimes they are amazing Sometimes they are not Naomi Howland's Princess Says Goodnight falls right in the middleIt's a uiet book about a girl who imagines herself to be a princess getting ready for bed They rhymes are true though not inspiring remember that time we got to read words like befuddled in a book ahh good timesThere's not much to say about this book It's uiet It's simple It's true It didn't disappoint us but it didn't amaze us either We could easily see this become a bedtime staple for the right little girl just not us

  8. Beth Wood Beth Wood says:

    David Small did the illustrations for this story and they are delightful Colorful full of whimsy and they really convey what every little girl loves about the idea of being a princess I'd really give these pictures five starsBut the story? Two stars at best The cadence is way off and contains some iffy rhymes at best Some vocabulary I think is too difficult for the intended audience And the title? PLEASE Good night is TWO WORDS Webster says so

  9. Heather Heather says:

    33 months The illustrations are better than the story There were a couple of parts O found fascinating she'd like to try wearing glass slippers and she's curious what a chocolate eclair tastes like We had a fun talk about why glass shoes would be uncomfortable and how they could shatter and the eclair well we'll be picking those up at the bakery very soon

  10. Ashley Barnard Ashley Barnard says:

    The book was cute for bedtime I read it to my three year old daughter and she said she loved it Each page goes through a different step in the bedtime routine process However the steps are fit for a princess I liked the flow of the book and the rhyming The illustration are colorful yet soft which is suitable for bedtime

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