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My 4yo daughter loves this book. I only gave it 4 stars because my daughter asked at the end of the story where airplanes sleep. Seems like if that is the title, it should be answered. lol Silly I know!!
Not my favorite of this series and doesn't always have the smoothest flow to the rhymes especially compared to the "Diggers" one. Seemed like the author was reaching a bit to come up with enough different types of aircraft to finish the book. But we got used to it after reading it a couple times and kiddo (2) loves it so what more can you ask for? Any kid obsessed with planes, trains, and things that go will like it.
We love the other books (Where do diggers sleep at night? and Where do stream trains sleep at night?) but I found this book difficult to read. The previous books were read effortlessly for an enjoyable experience but this book takes a lot of concentration. The pictures and story are great but because of the wording it's just not up to par with the others. It's not one anyone in our family usually reaches for.
This is another cute book in this series, although neither I nor my grandchildren like it as much as “Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night,” which was more creative and humorous. This one got off track with blimps, etc. But I’ll still be looking for others in the series, as we love the rhyming and the lovely illustrations.
My son loved Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? since I first read it to him as a toddler, and he super loves planes, so of course I had to get this! Yes, it's pretty much the same thing, but it's a formula that works and is enjoyable enough, so we are both happy. His little sister (now age 2) loves it too!