“The silly sheep in Bedtime Barnn don’t want to go to bed! Will they ever tire out?”Go to Sleep, Sheep is described as being a book to relax children who insist they are not sleepy. The pages describe in cute rhyming stanzas how the four young sheep delayed bedtime by asking for more playtime, snacks, eater, stories, and finally praying before snuggling into the hazy for the night. Most pages end with, “Go to sleep, Sheep!” Though two pages break from that trend to say “Ready for sleep, Sheep?” At the beginning and s”Sweet dreams, sheep” at the end.
The illustrations by Sydney Hanson are curr and fit the calming mood of the book. Other animals from the barn are also included in the illustrations, though not mentioned in the text. These include a curled up cat, anright eyed baby pig, a foal and it’s mother, a calf and it’s mother, and even a baby goat with it’s mother. The pokey hay are the only sharp lines in the book, everything e.se is rounded without texture. Each of the sheep hVe a different accessory to make them unique: one with glasses, one with a scarf, one with a hair bow, and one that has one, matching the mother sheep.
The cutest moment is when a little sheep tells her mother that she loves her most of all.
This is a sturdy board book cut out in the shape of a barn. The moon on the cover is glittery. This story is just the right length for bedtime.