Item description for Caillou: Good Night (Hand in Hand series) by Christine L'Heureux, Gisele Legare & Pierre Brignaud...
Overview Caillou enjoys playing games with his parents and listening to a bedtime story, but when it is time to go to bed, he does not want to sleep in the dark with the door closed.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8" Height: 6.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Chouette Publishing
ISBN 2894505884 ISBN13 9782894505885
Availability 0 units.
More About Christine L'Heureux, Gisele Legare & Pierre Brignaud
Christine L'Heureux is the founder of Chouette Publishing and the cocreator of Caillou. She is the author of several books, including Caillou: Good Night, Caillou: Play with Me, and Caillou: Rosie's Pacifier. Pierre Brignaud is the illustrator of all the Caillou titles in the Hand in Hand series, Step by Step series and Baby Caillou. They both live in Montreal, Quebec.
Christine L'Heureux has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Caillou: Good Night (Hand in Hand series)?
Caillou is great Aug 8, 2008
Caillou is a terrific t.v. show in my opinion. Both my boys adore him and they are 1 and 2. Caillou is acting like a lot of typical little 4 year old boys that is the point of the show. My 2 year old is about to be 3 and has been watching Caillou since 1 1/2 and he is autistic and has not demonstrated any bad behaviors as a result of the show. I think too many people overanalyze things now a days. The Books are also good in my opinion I read them to my kids and they love them. This book is good seeing how most children naturally develop a fear of the dark.
Caillou who? Jan 14, 2008
This is a very nice book, colors, pictures, quality, etc. However, for being a part of the Caillou series none of the people look like the same people from the TV show or the other book series. It's still a good book but my daughter notices they don't look like the people in the Caillou show she knows and loves.
Great book Dec 29, 2007
The Caillou Good Night book is great. My two and five-year-old enjoy it. The cover and texture of the pages are so smooth and soft. It's a good quality book.
Daughter relates Jan 23, 2005
My daughter loves Caillou - she's 3 and she seems to relate to him on her level. Yes, he is whiny and I don't like him much, but hey, if my kid can relate to Caillou's experiences, it's good enough for me!
I think these books are good if your kid has an issue with something. I wouldn't want to introduce being afraid of the dark if my daughter hasn't already experienced this and if we didn't have an issue with bedtime. But, knowing your kid has an issue with something, these books are good for addressing these because they can relate to Caillou. Whining and all!
With this in mind, we really liked Good Night, putting away the toys, and Hurry Up!
caillou is whiny Dec 21, 2004
I received a set of 3 Caillou books as a shower gift and my son just LOVES them. I was surprised with how much he likes the books (starting at about 14 months) because each page does have quite a bit of text. I also find the books and the show introducing negative emotions that might not enter a child's mind if it wasn't suggested. It seems as if Caillou and his parents are at odds with each other in the books I've read: Good Night, Careful, and Day Care. In the show, he is often whiny and demanding-not the kind of behavior I want my son modeling. Maybe I'm over-analyzing, after all, it's just a children's book and like I said before, my son can't get enough of Caillou.