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Goodnight, Veggies

ebook

"The childlike approach, appealing art, and relatable worm character...connect story and audience." —The Horn Book, STARRED review
Every veggie needs their shut-eye in this bedtime book that celebrates community, the joys of a small garden, and the importance of taking care of ourselves. Illustrated by New York Times best-selling artist Zachariah OHora, Goodnight Veggies is perfect for fans of the Llama Llama series and will keep emerging readers engaged with adorable illustrations, especially while children are at home exploring backyards, plant pots, and balcony garden patches.

As the sun begins to set, the tomatoes are tuckered out, the cucumbers are calm, and the beets are simply beat.

But what's got them all so exhausted?

Celebrate the turning of day to night in this perfect bedtime ritual for plants—and humans—everywhere!


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Publisher: HMH Books

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 10, 2020

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780358330769
  • Release date: March 10, 2020

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Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
Kindle restrictions

Languages

English

Levels

Lexile® Measure:460
Text Difficulty:1-2

"The childlike approach, appealing art, and relatable worm character...connect story and audience." —The Horn Book, STARRED review
Every veggie needs their shut-eye in this bedtime book that celebrates community, the joys of a small garden, and the importance of taking care of ourselves. Illustrated by New York Times best-selling artist Zachariah OHora, Goodnight Veggies is perfect for fans of the Llama Llama series and will keep emerging readers engaged with adorable illustrations, especially while children are at home exploring backyards, plant pots, and balcony garden patches.

As the sun begins to set, the tomatoes are tuckered out, the cucumbers are calm, and the beets are simply beat.

But what's got them all so exhausted?

Celebrate the turning of day to night in this perfect bedtime ritual for plants—and humans—everywhere!


Expand title description text