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The Where’s Bunny? bedtime checklist is “helpful” says Resource Links Magazine

Posted on April 27th, 2018 by pajamapress

Cover: Where's Bunny? Author: Theo Heras Illustrator: Renné Benoit Publisher: Pajama Press“A book on bedtime routines….This book is helpful with a bedtime checklist that could have parents of young children establishing their own bedtime routine.”
—Holly Rainville

Read the full review on page 6 of the April 2018 issue of Resource Links Magazine

More than a bedtime story… The National Reading Campaign reviews Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That

Posted on January 16th, 2014 by pajamapress

NatTheCat_Med“In Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That, author Victoria Allenby’s poetic text and illustrator Tara Anderson’s whimsical art lulls kids – and kitten – to sleep, making it a lovely bedtime read.

But it’s more than a bedtime story: it’s a tale of friendship and acceptance. It’s a story in which kids safely explore relational differences and boundaries through the eyes of cats…

Parents and teachers will love Allenby’s word play. Her use of repetition and alliteration is calming and her steady cadence is mesmerizing. Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That is a story of love and limits… and it might just induce a good night’s sleep.”
—Jen Bailey

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Chirp Magazine recommends Nat the Can Can Sleep Like That

Posted on January 14th, 2014 by pajamapress

chirp_magazine_january_february_2014_tagcoverNatTheCat_MedIn the January/February 2014 issue of Chirp Magazine for kids aged 3 to 6, it’s “Time for Bed.” And what is bedtime without a story? Chirp says, “Looking for a good bedtime book? Check out Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That by Victoria Allenby. This cat can sleep through anything!”

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Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That “perfect for getting your own little ones to bed” — CanLit for LittleCanadians

Posted on September 3rd, 2013 by pajamapress

Tara Anderson['s illustrations]… demonstrate her knack for felines. Coupled with Victoria Allenby‘s simple but zippy rhyming story, Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That is a delightful read, perfect for getting your own little ones to bed, whether they be human or feline.”

– Helen Kubiw

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