Book Review: Goodnight Baseball

Goodnight Baseball is a children’s bed time book that takes you to the baseball game.  In rhyme, it goes through arriving at the stadium, watching the game, participating in the seventh inning stretch and then saying goodnight to everyone and everything before you leave.

It is a super cute book from Sports Illustrated for Kids and if you have a baseball loving child in your life, you should definitely check this book out for a bedtime story!

It is 40 pages and can be read pretty quickly to a child, or can be used to help teach the child to read.

I received a free e-copy of this book from NetGalley in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

 

About the Book

From the arrival at the stadium to the last goodnight, Goodnight Baseball is a sweet, nostalgic tale—told in gentle, fun rhyme—about the thrill of the game and a day at the ballpark.

For ages 4-7.

* Delightful picture book depicting America’s favorite pastime
* Created in partnership with Sports Illustrated Kids
* Introduces kids to all of the sights and sounds at a baseball game

About the Author:
Michael Dahl is the author of more than 200 books for children and young adults. He has won the AEP Distinguished Achievement Award three times for his nonfiction. His Finnegan Zwake mystery series was shortlisted twice by the Anthony and Agatha Awards. He has also written the Library of Doom series and the Dragonblood books. He is a featured speaker at conferences around the country on graphic novels and high-interest books for boys.

About the Illustrator:
Christina Forshay was born and raised in sunny California, where she lives with her amazing husband and the two cutest kids in the world! Of course, as a child she could be found drawing, coloring and admiring her grand collection of crayons. Christina is proud and grateful to be able to work as an illustrator for the children’s market. Seriously, what could be more fun?!?

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