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In The Big Bed, we meet our young protagonist who has a major issue she needs to discuss with her father: who gets to have Mommy during the night? The young girl presents her father with all the ways he's great during the daytime, but nighttime is another matter. The little girl wants to sleep in her parents bed- well, in the big bed with her mommy- and cannot fathom why this might be a problem. Why, the girl wonders, can't her grandma tuck her father in at night? Why does her father mind when she accidentally pees a little in bed? A little pee-pee never hurt anyone- and in fact, readers learn, pee-pee will keep scary bears away! Why can't her daddy just- maybe, possibly- let her sleep in the big bed along with mom while he sleeps on....a cot? A COT! Yes, the perfect solution for EVERYONE, the girl thinks! We'll even buy new nice sheets for the cot for daddy to enjoy! As her mom laughs hysterically at the idea and dad smiles (and probably marvels) his way through his daughter's detailed presentations, readers get to go along for a very entertaining story.

Overall, what a fun read; cleverly written and perfectly matched with bright, wonderfully expressive and lively illustrations! Parents with young kids who are facing sleeping issues might especially relate and find great humour in Laditan and Knight's story, but The Big Bed stands on its own as a genuinely witty picture book.

I received a copy of this title courtesy of Raincoast Books in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and comments are my own.

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overall, what a fun read; cleverly written and perfectly matched with bright, wonderfully expressive and lively illustrations! parents with young kids who are facing sleeping issues might especially relate and find great humour in laditan and knight's story, but the big bed stands on its own as a genuinely witty picture book.

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overall, what a fun read; cleverly written and perfectly matched with bright, wonderfully expressive and lively illustrations! parents with young kids who are facing sleeping issues might especially relate and find great humour in laditan and knight's story, but the big bed stands on its own as a genuinely witty picture book.

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overall, what a fun read; cleverly written and perfectly matched with bright, wonderfully expressive and lively illustrations! parents with young kids who are facing sleeping issues might especially relate and find great humour in laditan and knight's story, but the big bed stands on its own as a genuinely witty picture book.

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overall, what a fun read; cleverly written and perfectly matched with bright, wonderfully expressive and lively illustrations! parents with young kids who are facing sleeping issues might especially relate and find great humour in laditan and knight's story, but the big bed stands on its own as a genuinely witty picture book.

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