ROSIE THE DRAGON AND CHARLIE SAY GOOD NIGHT
By: Lauren H. Kerstein
Illustrated by: Nate Wragg
Published: September 1, 2020
Publisher: Two Lions
Rosie the Dragon needs to establish a bedtime routine and Charlie is doing everything he can to keep Rosie focused on bedtime. But, just like with any toddler, Rosie the Dragon has lots of reasons to make bedtime drag out. Whether she can’t find her stuffed animal, Vern, or adds too many bubbles to her bath, she keeps Charlie on her toes.
Charlie is very patient and keeps his head when Rosie does everything she can to make bedtime even more exhausting. Parents will relate to Charlie as he tries to keep Rosie moving in the right direction. Kids will think all of Rosie’s antics are silly and maybe even want to write out their own bedtime routine like the one Charlie created.
The pages are bright, fun, and full of color. The expressions on Charlie and Rosie are genuine and fit the emotions in the scene. This is a fun book and if you’ve got a child who likes to push the envelope at bedtime, this is the book for them!
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Lauren H. Kerstein is an author and psychotherapist. She lives in Colorado with her husband, Josh; their dragons…er, daughters, Sarah and Danielle; and her rescue dogs, Hudson and Duke. For more information, check out her website, HERE.
Nate Wragg works as a production designer and illustrator for animation and book projects. He lives in Southern California with his family.
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