max-at-nightMax at Night, Ed Vere, Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2016.

Max at Night will remind you of Good Night, Moon. No doubt, it will become apart of the nighttime ritual for little ones.  In Ed Vere’s latest children’s book, Max, the brave little kitten, is ready for bed. The little kitten, however, cannot go to sleep until he says goodnight to the moon.

When he looks out the window, the moon is not there. His nighttime ritual is incomplete, and Max is unable to go to sleep.

The brave, little kitten embarks on a journey to find the moon.

Max climbs higher and higher searching for Moon. Once he finds Moon, he tells Moon goodnight, and says, “Now I can go to bed.”

Moon reminds Max that even though Max cannot see Moon, Moon can hear Max. A great reminder at bedtime, that if a child cannot see Mom and Dad, they can hear the child. And, from a spiritual perspective, even though we cannot see God, God can hear us.

While Max at Night is perfect for bedtime, there are countless activities that can be done with children. You download an Activity Kit by clicking here. 

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Thanks to the publisher for a review copy.