Shhh Goodnight Library, Goodnight.

Are you sick of reading Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site a million times a night? Does your brain need a break from the shushing? While I’m not quite there yet (I’m only on read 566), it may be fun to shake up the bedtime routine with some different construction site tales!

Sherri Dusker Rinker’s New York Times bestseller is an addicting read with fun rhymes, great pictures and a swarm of young boys and girls begging to read it just one more time!  But if you need something a little different, check out other titles revolving around the construction site here at WPL. Cranes, Dump Trucks and Excavators are the stars in these titles and maybe, just maybe you’ll find a new favourite for your junior construction workers!

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5 Responses to "Shhh Goodnight Library, Goodnight."

  1. I think you should simply stick to the classic: you simply CANNOT read Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site too many times!!! 🙂

    Smiling,
    Sherri Duskey Rinker
    Author, Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site

    • Daniele says:

      Sherri,

      Thank you so much for your post. You have a point, you can’t go wrong with the classics! Between Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site and Steam Train, Dream Train you have the monopoly on bedtime stories for many years to come.

      Cheers!
      Daniele

  2. Kate says:

    We also have French copies of this book available if you’re trying to help your little one be bilingual, as well as Rinker’s “Steam Train, Dream Train” in both English and French.

  3. BookMonkie says:

    Another great one to add to the list is Monsters on Machines by Deb Lund. What could be better than monsters and construction?!

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