What would you do to ease the fears of your child’s nightmares? Not A Sound, Not A Peep shows how the family in prose and illustrations handles the nightmares of Mhia, the youngest child in the family.Part of a series of picture books featuring 3 African-American little girls titled In My Sister's World....
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Not a Sound. Not a Peep Reviews
Nice short little bedtime story with illustrations and simple rhyming cadence very young children should love. This is a nice tool for that special time of childhood when every child just knows it is not safe to be in the dark, at least not safe enough to go to sleep! Cleverly done and richly illustrated, back this book up with a few props like a teddy bear and perhaps a toy angel or figurine and you are well on the way to putting your child's fears around bedtime in the past. I'd say this book is for preschool ages 2 to five or six. Excellent.
This story about a little girl with nightmares was short and sweet. It was perfect because it contained all the elements that my 4 year old daughter loves. It was short, it had pictures and it rhymed! Not to mention, I loved the gifts her family gave her to help her overcome her fears. This book should be in little girls (age 3-8) libraries.
I love this book and so does my eight year old daughter who had taken to sleeping with her teddy bear just like Mhia in the book. I love everything about this book, but the way the illustrations were done takes me back to my own childhood favorite books. I am a new fan of Ey Wade!