Picture Book Review: Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site by Sherri Dusky Rinker

Looking for your next read? Check out Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site by Sherri Dusky Rinker reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Anne A.

How do trucks at a construction site get ready for bed after a long hard day of work? This delightful story tells how dump trucks, cement mixers, excavators, and more get ready to sleep each night. One truck at a time, we see their nightly routine as they get ready to sleep. Like their child counterparts, these trucks take a bath, get their favorite blanket or stuffed animal, and drift off to sleep.

Toddlers who love trucks and constructions sites will enjoy this simple bedtime story. Perhaps reading this book will make the bedtime routine go more smoothly. Parents will enjoy this cute and soothing story as well. The rhyming verse makes this story even more fun.

Construction site, all tucked in tight,
Day is done, turn off the light.

Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site is available in all formats, print and digital. Borrow this wonderful story tonight and enhance your bedtime routine.

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