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- Author: Sarah Ban Breathnach
- Illustrator: Wendy Edelson
- Genre: Juvenile fiction
- Reading level: Pre-K-Grade 3
- Hardcover: 40 pp.
- Publisher: Regenery Kids (August 25, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN: 97862157252
- Price: $16.99
The Best Part of the Day tells about each season’s special moments. Its rhyming couplets fit its aesthetics well. Autumn’s leaves, wind, squirrels, acorns, flying geese, harvest moon, pumpkin faces, and apple pie begins this bedtime story invitation. Winter’s Jack frost, snow, snowmen, bird feeding, fireside warmth, marshmallows and cocoa builds thanks and cheer. Spring’s fresh air, flowers, gardening, swings, hay, sheep, lambs, hens and chicks, and cat and kitten–all nature’s surprises–show new life. Summer’s lemonade, pool, sun, sand, fireflies, fresh veggies, and picnics completes each season’s special moments cycle.
My Opinion Only:
This book with accompanying illustrations depicts fun moments, fun memories. What better way to end a day than by focusing in the best part of it! What better way to lead into a bedtime story! What better way to promote open dialogue than to develop it in its own tradition!