Kids Travel Book Review: Where Do I Sleep? : A Pacific Northwest Lullaby

I'm going to start sharing my favorite travel-related (or destination related) children's books. I'll write about a new one every other week. Most books are from my personal collection, or checked out from the library, but whenever I do accept a book for review from a publisher, I will always let you know. If you buy the book using the Amazon link at the end of the post, I earn a small commission, and that income helps me keep the site going.

This sweet bedtime story shows baby animals from the Pacific Northwest cuddled up in their nests. The pictures are accompanied by calming poetry. The very last page, which shows a young child cuddled up in the bottom bunk of a bed with stuffed versions of each animal in the top bunk, is my kids favorite.

This is a perfect book to read when you are snuggling up with the kids before bedtime, and I love that the kids also learn the name of each baby animal (e.g. a baby dear is a fawn) and how it looks as both a baby and an adult.

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  1. Debi on June 9, 2010 at 9:15 a.m.

    I love this! We always read at least one book about a place we'll be visiting before actually going. It builds excitement & is a great way to relive the trip once you get home. Look forward to future posts!

  2. on June 10, 2010 at 6:59 a.m.

    Hello! I recently read your blog and I loved it. I was wondering if you were intending to publish additional web content to go in conjunction with this blog?

  3. Capn Mike Collins on June 10, 2010 at 10:03 p.m.

    As a perpetually traveling family with our youngest being 10 months, I just ordered "Where do I sleep" from Amazon. Looking forward to following your favorites list.