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It is time to say goodnight, which means that each colorful cat comes home to curl up in the big white house. The youngest of readers will delight as each cat enters the house with the turn of a page, and one by one, the die-cut windows are infused with color. With reassuring warmth, charm, and an early-concept "colors" hook, this bedtime-themed novelty board book and its e It is time to say goodnight, which means that each colorful cat comes home to curl up in the big white house. The youngest of readers will delight as each cat enters the house with the turn of a page, and one by one, the die-cut windows are infused with color. With reassuring warmth, charm, and an early-concept "colors" hook, this bedtime-themed novelty board book and its endearing cast of cozy cats offers a memorable and soothing way for little readers and their loved ones to say goodnight. • Features 12 sweet, sleepy cats in every color of the rainbow • A sweet bedtime book for kids • Appealing to cat lovers of all ages Fans of ThinkTouchLearn, Artsy Cats Board Book, and ¡A dormir gatitos! will love this book. This book is perfect for: • Parents • Bedtime book readers and gift givers • Anyone looking for a baby shower or first birthday gift


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It is time to say goodnight, which means that each colorful cat comes home to curl up in the big white house. The youngest of readers will delight as each cat enters the house with the turn of a page, and one by one, the die-cut windows are infused with color. With reassuring warmth, charm, and an early-concept "colors" hook, this bedtime-themed novelty board book and its e It is time to say goodnight, which means that each colorful cat comes home to curl up in the big white house. The youngest of readers will delight as each cat enters the house with the turn of a page, and one by one, the die-cut windows are infused with color. With reassuring warmth, charm, and an early-concept "colors" hook, this bedtime-themed novelty board book and its endearing cast of cozy cats offers a memorable and soothing way for little readers and their loved ones to say goodnight. • Features 12 sweet, sleepy cats in every color of the rainbow • A sweet bedtime book for kids • Appealing to cat lovers of all ages Fans of ThinkTouchLearn, Artsy Cats Board Book, and ¡A dormir gatitos! will love this book. This book is perfect for: • Parents • Bedtime book readers and gift givers • Anyone looking for a baby shower or first birthday gift

30 review for Goodnight, Rainbow Cats

  1. 5 out of 5

    Guilherme Semionato

    I read the Spanish version of this on YouTube. It won a big prize at Bologna. Cute book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jon

    Rowan adores this book. It’s very cute and fun. The repetition, the colors, the mystery of which room in the house they will occupy, the holes in the boards. Lots of simple components that work beautifully together. Big hit, this one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cathie Stumpenhaus

    My two-year-old grandson likes the repetitive text, is delighted with naming the colors, and we both love the surprise at the end.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Cute interactive board book designed to introduce children to the concept of color. What happens when each colorful cat goes into the big white house? Young children will love the big reveal on the last page.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Molly Cluff (Library!)

    A cute, simple board book about colors! Lots of die-cut windows show little pops of color behind them as each cat goes in the house. Sweet and fun--hope it holds up against abuse at our busy library, haha.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tonja Drecker

    Colorful kitties making their way home to bed invites young readers to learn colors in a subtle, night time read. The illustrations in this one are very simple and yet quick to the point, while not ignoring the needed cuteness and fun to grab young readers. Cats are artfully shown in a single color, while presenting very natural cat poses. And they only take a small corner of a white page. The house, while large, is simple white with a very basic black outline, allowing the windows to hold attent Colorful kitties making their way home to bed invites young readers to learn colors in a subtle, night time read. The illustrations in this one are very simple and yet quick to the point, while not ignoring the needed cuteness and fun to grab young readers. Cats are artfully shown in a single color, while presenting very natural cat poses. And they only take a small corner of a white page. The house, while large, is simple white with a very basic black outline, allowing the windows to hold attention. A single, little window appears every time a cat approaches, and the cats color is added to the rest who've already been introduced in the previous pages until a rainbow of windows appears. It's a sturdy enough book, and the increasing windows adds a touch of discovery and fun. There's also a nice verse, which accompanies each page. It's cute, sweet and has a repetitive last line, which only varies enough to highlight every cat's color. Young listeners will learn to join in on this part. That helps them to remember the colors even more. I received a complimentary copy and enjoyed this book quite a bit. So, I'm leaving my honest thoughts.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    It's weird to me that, here and on Amazon, this book is pegged as a "novelty/gift" board book. It does make a great gift (now my go-to baby shower pick for when parents already have a toddler, too.) This is the right length (not over in 2 minutes but doesn't drag interminably), has some fun colors that don't show up in most books about colors (my daughter learned "light" and "dark" variations of colors from this book), is pretty soothing as a wind-down story, but most of all, the little windows It's weird to me that, here and on Amazon, this book is pegged as a "novelty/gift" board book. It does make a great gift (now my go-to baby shower pick for when parents already have a toddler, too.) This is the right length (not over in 2 minutes but doesn't drag interminably), has some fun colors that don't show up in most books about colors (my daughter learned "light" and "dark" variations of colors from this book), is pretty soothing as a wind-down story, but most of all, the little windows are enchanting to a toddler. Mine loves to "put them all to bed"... then flip back through and wake them all up... then put them back in their rooms... then direct everyone to, "Shh... rainbow cats are sleeping in the big white house!"

  8. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    The names of the colors threw me off; they jump from simple names like “blue” to “auburn golden yellow” at some points (I don’t remember exactly, but the words should probably be altered if you’re reading this to a toddler). The window panes are a bit too small to see the colors, but are probably a good size for a child to stick fingers into. There’s some repetition, but no rhythm, nor do any phrases rhyme. I’m a huge fan of rhyming board books and picture books, so that lost a point from me. I l The names of the colors threw me off; they jump from simple names like “blue” to “auburn golden yellow” at some points (I don’t remember exactly, but the words should probably be altered if you’re reading this to a toddler). The window panes are a bit too small to see the colors, but are probably a good size for a child to stick fingers into. There’s some repetition, but no rhythm, nor do any phrases rhyme. I’m a huge fan of rhyming board books and picture books, so that lost a point from me. I love cats, but that’s not enough to make me want to read this again.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christina Reid

    This was a gift from a dear friend to our baby (due tomorrow!) and I can't wait to read it with her. It would make the perfect bedtime story, as well as a way of introducing or revising different colours. I think my friend is determined to get as many cats into our child's life as possible, knowing that I will be instilling a love of dogs! I love the chunky board pages, repetitive language and the cute final illustration of all of the cats curled up together in the big white house. This was a gift from a dear friend to our baby (due tomorrow!) and I can't wait to read it with her. It would make the perfect bedtime story, as well as a way of introducing or revising different colours. I think my friend is determined to get as many cats into our child's life as possible, knowing that I will be instilling a love of dogs! I love the chunky board pages, repetitive language and the cute final illustration of all of the cats curled up together in the big white house.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    It was an okay book. I didn't like all the repetition of certain lines. It just got too much for me and I didn't enjoy reading this book as I thought I would. Great book for toddlers though, especially since it repeats a lot. The cats are cute and I liked how the colors of the cats weren't just your basic colors. The book had different shades of colors for the cats. It was an okay book. I didn't like all the repetition of certain lines. It just got too much for me and I didn't enjoy reading this book as I thought I would. Great book for toddlers though, especially since it repeats a lot. The cats are cute and I liked how the colors of the cats weren't just your basic colors. The book had different shades of colors for the cats.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dina

    I liked this book. The way the book is made adds to its appeal. Between the cats, colorful additions as you turn the pages and the catchy goodnight vibe to this book, it is a good bedtime story for younger kids.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

    Concept Skill: Colors One-by-one, 12 cats go to sleep in the big, white house. Small die cuts are perfect for little fingers to poke and discover which window a cat went to sleep in. Best for one-on-one, lapsit readings.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Westerville

    Clever use of die-cuts for a cumulative color concept story. - Rebecca, Collection Development Reserve a library copy Clever use of die-cuts for a cumulative color concept story. - Rebecca, Collection Development Reserve a library copy

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This board book will be a great read-aloud for a small group of young toddlers, which is what I plan to use it for!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Adorable book, perfect for young audiences. Complete with cut-outs and vivid colors on white backgrounds to emphasize the story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    Very cute, but the window cuts are a bit small to show the colors very well at the beginning.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    This board book is adorable and amazing. I love the cut out squares and how this teaches colors.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lesley Looper

    Pretty cute book, good for young readers learning the words for colors. And there are cats. :-)

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Colorful, simple, and fun see-through pages.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    It's a cute enough board book about colors and going to bed. Pretty repetitive, but that's pretty standard. It's a cute enough board book about colors and going to bed. Pretty repetitive, but that's pretty standard.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Gudenburr

    LOVED LOVED LOVED! Best for a one-on-one story for cat lovers to learn their colors.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Out of the stack of books that I brought home, this is the one that my grandson loves to read over and over and over again! He loves showing me which window the colored cat goes into.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Evans

    For: cat lovers; readers looking for a book with lots of colors. Possible red flags: some readers may find the repetition tedious.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Erin Darmody

    Love it! Super cute. Didn’t use all typical colors and added in light-blue and lime-green. Great repetition and creativity with the die-cut windows in the house. Great good night book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    The die cuts are very clever. This was cute and seems fairly sturdy, which is always a concern with die cuts.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lars Yencken

    So cuuute!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    This book was suggested by our local library and it was a hit. Very cute. Baby loves putting his fingers in the windows.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Fun toddler book, silly and engaging.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Clever use of die-cuts for a cumulative color concept story.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Great Books

    Young children will enjoy saying goodnight to 12 colorful cats in this uniquely designed board book. The pages feature the outline of a house from which cut-out square windows appear each time the page is turned. The soothing text is predictable and simple. On each page a cat is asked where it is going and each time it answers that it is finding a cozy room inside the house where its color can now be seen in a window. Reviewer 4

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