Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!



PreSchool Grade The Star Of Don T Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus Hyperion, Returns In Another Irresistible Tale Hurrying Away To Brush His Teeth, The Pajama Clad Bus Driver Implores Readers Not To Let His Feathered Friend Stay Up Late Youngsters Are Thrust Into The Role Of Caregiver As The Puerile Pigeon Attempts To Talk His Way Out Of The Inevitable, Coming Up With Requests That Range From Manipulative I Hear There S A Good Show About Birds On TV Tonight Should Be Very Educational To Cajoling Y Know, We Never Get To Talk Any Tell Me About Your Day To Classic Can I Have A Glass Of Water Meanwhile, The Fowl Fights Yawns And Tries To Keep His Wide Eye Open, Despite A Drooping Lid Defying Drowsiness To The Last, He Finally Falls Asleep, Clutching His Stuffed Bunny Tightly Under His Wing Set Against Comfortably Faded Pastel Backgrounds, The Cartoon Artwork Focuses Tightly On The Main Character, With His Comments Presented In Dialogue Balloons The Black Crayon Lines Speak Volumes, As The Pigeon S Body Language And The Positioning Of His Ever Expressive Eye Humorously Convey Each Nuance Of The Text Children Will Be Charmed By This Bedtime Treat, Which Will Have Them Laughing Out Loud At The Pigeon And At Themselves Joy Fleishhacker, School Library Journal Copyright Reed Business Information, A Division Of Reed Elsevier Inc All Rights ReservedDon't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!

1 New York Times Bestselling author and illustrator Mo Willems is best known for his Caldecott Honor winning picture books Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and Knuffle Bunny a cautionary tale In addition to such picture books as Leonardo the Terrible Monster, Edwina the Dinosaur Who Didn t Know She Was Extinct, and Time to Pee, Mo has created the Elephant and Piggie books, a series of early readers, and published You Can Never Find a Rickshaw When it Monsoons, an annotated cartoon journal sketched during a year long voyage around the world in 1990 91 The New York Times Book Review called Mo the biggest new talent to emerge thus far in the 00 s Mo s work books have been translated into a myriad of languages, spawned animated shorts and theatrical musical productions, and his illustrations, wire sculpture, and carved ceramics have been exhibited in galleries and museums across the nation Mo began his career as a writer and animator for television, garnering 6 Emmy awards for his writing on Sesame Street, creating Nickelodeon s The Off Beats, Cartoon Network s Sheep in the Big City and head writing Codename Kids Next Door He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his family.

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!
  • Mo Willems
  • English
  • 12 December 2019
  • 0786837462

10 thoughts on “Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!

  1. says:

    This hilarious pigeon always finds a way to pester the elder ones Seriously, don t let the pigeon stay up late It will create a ruckus as soon as you turn your head.

  2. says:

    Small fry calls these thesilly bird booksand gets so excited every time we grab a new one He honestly laughs and interacts with these storiesthan any other Also he calls the bird a bidgeon which is effing adorable, okay.

  3. says:

    All time favourite in our house The pigeon needs to go to bed I m not even tired He prefers to party, to watch TV, to talk about your day, count the stars etc.And his is not yawing I was stretching.Favourite quote It s the middle of the day in China

  4. says:

    Check outPicture book reviews Perspective of a WriterAfter the pajama clad Bus Driver asks the reader to make sure pigeon doesn t stay up late, he comes in and starts trying to persuade the readers to let him stay up late I hear there s a good show about birds on TV tonight Should be very educational and Y know, we never get to talk any Tell me about your day Until FINALLY he falls asleep, clutching his stuffed bunny Do you know a child like this who has droopy eyes a Check outPicture book reviews Perspective of a WriterAfter the pajama clad Bus Driver asks the reader to make sure pigeon doesn t stay up late, he comes in and starts trying to persuade the readers to let him stay up late I hear there s a good show about birds on TV tonight Should be very educational and Y know, we never get to talk any Tell me about your day Until FINALLY he falls asleep, clutching his stuffed bunny Do you know a child like this who has droopy eyes and dark rings but WON T go to sleep Well my nephew really needed this book We ve read other of the books in this series and ADORE them this one was just as good and so timely for this age when they NEED 12 hours of sleep but barely get 6 or so hours The ART blows me away with its simplicity Really the HUMOR sells the story and I LOVE that it is about manners and doing what s right not what you WANT to do I really enjoy the pattern in the book from the bird posturing to the multi panel page There was NO duck this time though I missed him and we both kept looking for him My nephew LOVES to draw the pages of this series It s perfect with its simple backgrounds and basic shapes He chose one of the hardest pages in the book to draw The bird is NOT straight but is all angles and jumping squawking ness I was really happy how well it turned out I SOOO appreciate how the words are simplistic enough for children to understand even ones with aphasia what is going on with pigeon and yet depthful enough that adults find it hilarious and enjoyable BOTTOM LINE Spot On Time to Go to Sleep Book even the kiddos will enjoy ______________________You can find this review and many others on my book blog Perspective of a Writer See my picture book reviews in a special feature called Boo s Picture Gallery

  5. says:

    That dastardly pigeon is at it again and Mo Willems is here to get some young reader participation to help keep things in order The pigeon spends the entire book trying to tell the reader that he s not tired and could easily last through the night Roll out the excuses and the delays, but as long as the reader does not bend, this pigeon should be sawing logs and munching hot dogs very soon Slowly, the pigeon s resolve fades and there is a yawn or two but the battle is not over yet Neo is That dastardly pigeon is at it again and Mo Willems is here to get some young reader participation to help keep things in order The pigeon spends the entire book trying to tell the reader that he s not tired and could easily last through the night Roll out the excuses and the delays, but as long as the reader does not bend, this pigeon should be sawing logs and munching hot dogs very soon Slowly, the pigeon s resolve fades and there is a yawn or two but the battle is not over yet Neo is a great sleeper and bedtime is usually quite easy If Willems ever writes a don t let the pigeon wake with the roosters book, I think Neo will have to read it daily until it sinks in This series is pretty cute and Neo loves the defiant pigeon, knowing full well he can control its actions throughout the piece

  6. says:

    begs to stay up and has all the excuses

  7. says:

    Pigeon doesn t want to go to bed and he uses every excuse in the book I ve heard many of these before, and if you re a parent, I m sure you have, too Pretty cute story

  8. says:

    My little guy is addicted to these Pigeons stories and as a first grader he can read them on his own.

  9. says:

    Hahah The pigeon is absolutely hilarous, my favorite part is when the pigeon is stalling and all of a sudden says, tell me about your day nice try pigeon.

  10. says:

    Pigeon wants to stay up late, but for all his shenanigans trying to devise ways to be allowed to stay up late, he actually ends up tiring himself out in the end

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