About this book When the sun begins to rise, it’s time for Baby Ghostling to sleep. But sleeping is hard when your head is filled with scary thoughts of human children! All of the elements of a classic good-night story are turned on their heads as Mama comforts her ghostling with thoughts of owls, bats, and monsters. Young children will delight in seeing their bedtime rituals flipped around whilst building their inner bravery and courage. With gentle humor and glowing illustrations in the hues of dawn, this is a lullaby that any child will look forward to hearing before bed.
Reviews from Around the World "My 3 year old granddaughter really liked this sweet little book. A baby ghost is afraid of the light and mama ghost soothes him by turning on the dark and checking that the monsters are in the closet. The pictures are great and the little ghostie is cute. Perfect bedtime reading." — Kindle Customer, Amazon
"This book reminded me so much of Ken Baker's Brave Little Monster! Cute little story about a baby ghost who is afraid of children. I like the role reversal, and I think it's interesting to show kids that maybe ghosts are scared of people just as much as we are of them. And the silliness quotient really makes it all the more appealing." — Jess Brown, Goodreads