Someone’s Sleepy {Book Review}


Someone’s Sleepy is a book by Deborah Lee Rose & illustrated by warmly by Dan Andreasen. In this perfect for bedtime story, readers and listening ears will be calmly led into tender tale  of  a mother readying her sweet little daughter to bed. This tale I imagine mimics most children’s bedtime routines from  taking a bath, brushing teeth, putting on pajamas, making sure special toys are in tow for the night, and receiving plenty of snuggles, hugs, & cuddles from either mom or dad.

The story is written in a rhyming format that makes reading the book flow nicely. I would almost say it reads as if it were a lullabye. The illustrations are very soft & soothing grasping a child’s attention fully covering every page. The book is 32 pages long but short enough to be read in a few minutes. My children age 2 1/2 & 5 years old liked looking and discussing what they saw on each of the pages.  I’ll be reading this one again to my kids to lull them to sleep.

If interested in purchasing you can find Someone’s Sleepy on in hardcover or e-book format. This book would a be wonderful read to any child in helping them drift off to a sweet sleep full of magical dreams.

Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from Abrams Books for Young Readers in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.