Outer Space Bedtime Race

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Outer Space Bedtime Race ❰Reading❯ ➸ Outer Space Bedtime Race Author Rob Sanders – Polishdarling.co.uk Aaaaaand they re offto bed Aliens from every planet rocket through their out of this world bedtime routines they sink into steamy crater bubble baths and shimmy into deep sleep suits, just like you al Aaaaaand they re offto bed Aliens from every planet rocket through their out of this world bedtime routines they sink into steamy crater bubble baths and shimmy into deep sleep suits, just like you almost Brian Won s glowing graphic art pops Outer Space ePUB Ù off the page, and Rob Sanders s goofy rhymes will have kids racing to snuggle under the covers and blast off to dreamland.

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Outer Space Bedtime Race
  • Rob Sanders
  • 06 April 2019
  • 0385386478

About the Author: Rob Sanders

Rob Sanders does not work as a telephone sales rep, a loading dock worker, a trophy engraver, or an editor But he used to Rob is not a cowboy, a ballerina, an alien, or a temper tantrum throwing toddler But he writes Outer Space ePUB Ù about them Rob is a picture book author, a writing teacher, a blogger, and a great uncle He worked for fifteen years in religious educational publishing as a writer, editor, editorial manager, and product designer These days he teaches elementary kids about books and words and reading and writing, and writes books for those same kids Rob s first picture book, COWBOY CHRISTMAS, was released by Golden Books Random House in OUTER SPACE BEDTIME RACE was released by Random House Children s Books in January RUBY ROSE ON HER TOES the first in a two book deal with HarperCollins releases in , and Rob just sold RODZILLA to Justin Chanda at Simon Schuster Rob also coordinates the Rising Kite Writing Contest for SCBWI Florida, organizes meetings for SCBWI Florida members in the Tampa Bay area, and critiques picture book manuscripts for other writers.



10 thoughts on “Outer Space Bedtime Race

  1. Paula Paula says:

    Outer Space Bedtime Race, in concept, sounds like a great idea, pairing cute aliens with a bedtime theme And yet, the concept falls a bit flat, due in large part to the uneven rhyming couplets and in small part to the race which is less of an actual race andjust the planets relative distance from the sun Evenstrange, the Earth is never mentioned In the beginning, the reader is introduced to two pajama clad boys spinning on their earthly ball , but Earth, as a planet with its ow Outer Space Bedtime Race, in concept, sounds like a great idea, pairing cute aliens with a bedtime theme And yet, the concept falls a bit flat, due in large part to the uneven rhyming couplets and in small part to the race which is less of an actual race andjust the planets relative distance from the sun Evenstrange, the Earth is never mentioned In the beginning, the reader is introduced to two pajama clad boys spinning on their earthly ball , but Earth, as a planet with its own set of rhyming couplets, never appears between Venus and Mars To its credit, the illustrations are whimsical and the text gives hints to the true nature of each planet When paired with the Sleepy Bedtime Planet Factoids at the end of the book, the reader gets eveninformation about the solar system But, overall, this ismiss than hit and an optional purchase

  2. Amanda Amanda says:

    Loved the illustrations The text was charming too Great little factoids in the back to take it another level deeper All around a terrific book Best of 2015.

  3. Kelsey Kelsey says:

    Age Toddler Science SpaceTwo boys snuggle up in bed and hear about how alien children across their solar system go to bed Rhyming poetry make this a fun and fast read aloud with delightful illustrations of various aliens throughout our solar system Semantics, but the uncertainty is present It s not entirely clear why it s called a bedtime race are the aliens racing against each other to go to sleep first In the end, we see the Earth boys barreling through space on their bed but I m not en Age Toddler Science SpaceTwo boys snuggle up in bed and hear about how alien children across their solar system go to bed Rhyming poetry make this a fun and fast read aloud with delightful illustrations of various aliens throughout our solar system Semantics, but the uncertainty is present It s not entirely clear why it s called a bedtime race are the aliens racing against each other to go to sleep first In the end, we see the Earth boys barreling through space on their bed but I m not entirely sure how they got there Have they been racing around the solar system this whole time

  4. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    Cute outer space pictures and a fun, rhyming narrative Ages 4 7Cleanliness mentions children sleeping in the buff and shows one outlined child with his butt showing Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book, so you ll know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website The Book Radar.

  5. Wilder Wilder says:

    I wasn t that hooked on the story, but the pictures are nice and it s full of facts about each planet that Jupiter has 60 moons, that outer planets are icy, etc so kids who like space would probably find it neat to read It also winds down nicely and ends with a and now it s your turn, sleepyhead so it could make a good bedtime story.

  6. Tori Tori says:

    As the planets of our solar system race around the sun, bringing nighttime to all the children human and alien alike , the narrator describes how all the alien children get ready for bed A cute, colorful rhyme Could work in either an alien themed or bedtime themed storytime.

  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    Fun bedtime book about the planets.

  8. Trisha Parsons Trisha Parsons says:

    This is an imaginative book that explores what different aliens, from all 9 planets, would do to get ready for bed The rhyme scheme is very rhythmic.

  9. Michelle Michelle says:

    Fun, rhyming picture book about how aliens bedtime routines on the different planets in our solar system Includes facts about the planets at the end.

  10. Lynne Marie Lynne Marie says:

    So clever, with planet facts woven in and fine rhyme.

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10 thoughts on “Outer Space Bedtime Race

  1. Paula Paula says:

    Outer Space Bedtime Race, in concept, sounds like a great idea, pairing cute aliens with a bedtime theme And yet, the concept falls a bit flat, due in large part to the uneven rhyming couplets and in small part to the race which is less of an actual race andjust the planets relative distance from the sun Evenstrange, the Earth is never mentioned In the beginning, the reader is introduced to two pajama clad boys spinning on their earthly ball , but Earth, as a planet with its ow Outer Space Bedtime Race, in concept, sounds like a great idea, pairing cute aliens with a bedtime theme And yet, the concept falls a bit flat, due in large part to the uneven rhyming couplets and in small part to the race which is less of an actual race andjust the planets relative distance from the sun Evenstrange, the Earth is never mentioned In the beginning, the reader is introduced to two pajama clad boys spinning on their earthly ball , but Earth, as a planet with its own set of rhyming couplets, never appears between Venus and Mars To its credit, the illustrations are whimsical and the text gives hints to the true nature of each planet When paired with the Sleepy Bedtime Planet Factoids at the end of the book, the reader gets eveninformation about the solar system But, overall, this ismiss than hit and an optional purchase


  2. Amanda Amanda says:

    Loved the illustrations The text was charming too Great little factoids in the back to take it another level deeper All around a terrific book Best of 2015.


  3. Kelsey Kelsey says:

    Age Toddler Science SpaceTwo boys snuggle up in bed and hear about how alien children across their solar system go to bed Rhyming poetry make this a fun and fast read aloud with delightful illustrations of various aliens throughout our solar system Semantics, but the uncertainty is present It s not entirely clear why it s called a bedtime race are the aliens racing against each other to go to sleep first In the end, we see the Earth boys barreling through space on their bed but I m not en Age Toddler Science SpaceTwo boys snuggle up in bed and hear about how alien children across their solar system go to bed Rhyming poetry make this a fun and fast read aloud with delightful illustrations of various aliens throughout our solar system Semantics, but the uncertainty is present It s not entirely clear why it s called a bedtime race are the aliens racing against each other to go to sleep first In the end, we see the Earth boys barreling through space on their bed but I m not entirely sure how they got there Have they been racing around the solar system this whole time


  4. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    Cute outer space pictures and a fun, rhyming narrative Ages 4 7Cleanliness mentions children sleeping in the buff and shows one outlined child with his butt showing Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book, so you ll know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website The Book Radar.


  5. Wilder Wilder says:

    I wasn t that hooked on the story, but the pictures are nice and it s full of facts about each planet that Jupiter has 60 moons, that outer planets are icy, etc so kids who like space would probably find it neat to read It also winds down nicely and ends with a and now it s your turn, sleepyhead so it could make a good bedtime story.


  6. Tori Tori says:

    As the planets of our solar system race around the sun, bringing nighttime to all the children human and alien alike , the narrator describes how all the alien children get ready for bed A cute, colorful rhyme Could work in either an alien themed or bedtime themed storytime.


  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    Fun bedtime book about the planets.


  8. Trisha Parsons Trisha Parsons says:

    This is an imaginative book that explores what different aliens, from all 9 planets, would do to get ready for bed The rhyme scheme is very rhythmic.


  9. Michelle Michelle says:

    Fun, rhyming picture book about how aliens bedtime routines on the different planets in our solar system Includes facts about the planets at the end.


  10. Lynne Marie Lynne Marie says:

    So clever, with planet facts woven in and fine rhyme.


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