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My 18 month old absolutely loves this book. We read him books every night and he always saves this until the end as it’s his favourite. The drawings and sentiment is so lovely and it must get children’s imagination going. Great book, we have since bought another book from this author.
I initially hesitated when purchasing this book due to the price (it being notably more than its nighttime counterpart); however, I am glad I made the decision to buy it. The story is well written and is accompanied by beautiful imagery.
Board book quality is great but have to say the story itself is not as good as the Bedtime Journey one.... doesnt read aloud as well...was slightly disappointed. My daughter is obsessed with the bedtime one which flows great when reading aloud and has to have it almost every night but she wouldn't even stay still for more than a few pages of this one ... ah well will try again another time and see if she likes it. I think the story to get the concepts is for an audience a little older than the bedtime journey one to be honest.
Sweet and simple, 'Day Dreamers', much like 'Dream Animals' also by Emily Winfield Martin, is a beautifully illustrated story, with a simple story-line. Well-suited as a bedtime story, 'Day Dreamers' transports young readers on a magical journey through the world of imagination. The illustrations are the real story here--you can spend significant time looking at the adorable, slightly old-fashioned looking, children featured in the book. The daydream animals are both clever and whimsical, familiar, but larger than life. Their dreamy surroundings are also beautiful. This story is best suited to younger children, the plot is too minimal to maintain the interest of older children.