Good Night Baby Girl (The Early Ed Series Book 2)

The Early Ed Series Book 2

Children - Picture Book
32 Pages
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Author Biography

D. A. Batrowny splits her time between New York State and The DC-Metro area. She has over 25 years of experience working with children and families in the field of nurse home visiting, growth and development, literacy, and early childhood education. She has worked as a home visitor, longitudinal study interviewer, children's non-profit program director and writer. She holds degrees in Nursing and Business Administration. She believes that all children should have the opportunity to reach their highest potential. Her goal is to share this information with the parents of every young child, starting at birth. This belief led to the idea for her first series, The "Artt" of Early Learning Series and The Early Ed Series. They were designed to promote growth and development, pre-literacy skills and fun!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Barbara Fanson for Readers' Favorite

Good Night Baby Girl is an easy-to-read discovery book with simple, but colorful pictures. Written in rhyme by D.A. Batrowny, parents can end each day by reading with their baby. Developing rituals at bedtime should be part of a baby’s routine. Reading a familiar book each night may signal to a baby that the day is over and it is time to go to sleep. If teddy bear is ready to sleep, then baby should be, too. Reading with your baby can help with bonding, as well as building her communication skills. If a child hears a story enough times, they can finish a simple sentence if you stop reading and let them finish it.

Author D.A. Batrowny tells a simple, rhyming poem of the busy day coming to an end. Good Night Baby Girl is a warm story told with love. Simple illustrations that a baby can relate to, with colors that won’t stimulate your baby, help to tell the wonderful story. I really like the ending “The End of the story. The End of your great day!” because it signifies to baby that the book and the day are over, and you should go to sleep. It’s also a way of expressing thanks for the great day. D.A. Batrowny has created a book that is good for reading for babies and parents, but also first-time readers because the sentences are short and easy to read. Good Night Baby Girl is a building block to good communication skills and developing literacy fundamentals.