When I was in the library last week, I saw this book on the “new releases” shelf and remembered that someone (unfortunately, I don’t remember who) has recommended it a few weeks ago. I checked it out, and I wasn’t disappointed. This is a great book, not just as an introduction/review of lowercase characters, but also as a delightful story of silly little children settling down after a busy day. The rhymes are making perfect sense and easy to remember, and each page also has a lot of “hidden treasures” – objects that start with the same letter. On the last page all letters are nicely asleep with their favorite toys. Anna asked to read this book at least 5 times every day since I brought it from the library, and she quotes from it while playing with something else. Usually her interest wanes after the first few readings, but she is still going strong on this one. I highly recommend this book, especially to those who are working on lowercase alphabet recognition.