- Author Bio
A new instant bedtime classic from the author of the #1New York Times bestsellerGoodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site!
It's time for bed and this little octopus is more than happy to volunteer! He's all ready to puthis parents to bed! Bath time, putting on pajamas, brushing teeth, and tucking everyone in is a whole new challenge when the kid is in charge (and especially when everyone has eight arms!). From bestselling author Sherri Duskey Rinker and award-winning illustrator Viviane Schwarz comes a romping, rhyming, hilarious tale sure to entertain wiggly bedtime readers everywhere.
• Perfect for children who are learning good bedtime, bath time, and toothbrushing habits
• Silly and clever rhymes make this a perfect read-aloud book for parents and children.
• From the bestselling author ofGoodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site and Steam Train, Dream Train
Any child who lovesDinosaur vs Bedtime,I Am Not Sleepy and Will Not Go to Bed, andLlama, Llama, Red Pajama will loveHow to Put an Octopus to Bed!
Read-aloud book for kids ages 3–5
Toddler book about brushing teeth
Goodnight books for toddlers
Sherri Duskey Rinker is the New York Times bestselling author of theGoodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site series andSteam Train, Dream Train. She lives in Chicago with her photographer husband and two energetic, inquisitive sons.
Viviane Schwarz is the author-illustrator of several picture books, includingThere Are Cats in this Book,There Are No Cats in this Book, andIs There a Dog in this Book? She can usually be found in her studio in London, unless she's outside researching and sketching.
- NYT bestselling author of the Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site series
- Kirkus review
"Illustrations . . . are large, bright, and engaging.Â . . . Rhyming text, which moves around the pages, and humorous pictures reveal the family's bedtime escapades. . . . This fun read-aloud will keep kids giggling."-BooklistÂ
"Schwarz's bright, cartoon art depicts the octopus family as rounded, downright cuddly beings in bright hues that capture the lively spirit of the text. Silly, wiggly, giggly fun."—Kirkus Reviews