Good Night, Sister (Hardcover)
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From New York Times best-selling author Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt comes a beautiful bedtime read, celebrating the power and comfort of sisterhood. This sweet title is the perfect gift for that special someone on Valentine's Day—or any day of the year!
Kat is excited to sleep in her own room--the big girl room--for the very first time. But her younger sister, Tina, is nervous to sleep in their old room without her. So Kat comes up with a plan: she'll give all of her stuffed animals to her younger sister, and every time Tina gets scared, she should hold them close and be reminded of all the wonderful things each animal represents: bravery, creativity, love, and imagination.
But that night, as a storm thunders outside their windows, it turns out that the big girl room can feel a bit lonely. And Kat might be the one who needs the extra support.
With simple, gentle prose, Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt shares a comforting bedtime story, illuminating the bonds sisters share, and the many ways they are there for one another.
About the Author
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt (she/her) is a New York Times best-selling author, mother and host of BDA Baby. As a passionate animal advocate, Katherine works as an Ambassador for Best Friends Animal Society (bestfriends.org) and the ASPCA (aspca.org). She is also a Global Ambassador for Special Olympics. Katherine lives with her family in Los Angeles.
Lucy Fleming (she/her) has been an avid doodler and book-worm since childhood. She never quite grew out of having her head in the clouds, daydreaming. She specializes in children’s book illustration, where her love for designing quirky characters meets her passion for storytelling. Her clients include HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Little Tiger Press, and Oxford University Press. Lucy lives and works in a small town in England with a cup of ginger tea in hand and her cat close by.
"A sweet—and bolstering—bedtime story." —Kirkus Reviews
"A cute book featuring sisterly bonds." —School Library Journal