“I’m Not Tired Yet” by Marianne Richmond

All parents have been there before, the never ending bedtime routine with our young children. One more book , they ask or the horrid sentence, I’m not tired yet! We’ve heard it all dozen of times. I remember doing it to my parents and now I’m going through it with my own.

The adorable book, “I’m Not Tired Yet, ”  illustrated and written by Marianne Richmond ,  is a must for parents and children at bed time. The story brings back memories full of laughter and makes bedtime more enjoyable for all that are  involved.

Six year old Ralphie comes up with endless excuses to put of bedtime, as all our kids do. Though he thinks he’s come up with the perfect way to stall bedtime, he’s engaged by his perceptive mom in a series of silliness that involves his favorite animals and leaves a trail of endless giggles.

It’s a new favorite in our house! My three youngest children adore the book and get to enjoy this one last story before the lights go off. My son who is almost ten even got a few chuckles out of this. He won’t admit it, but I know he enjoyed it jsut as much as everyone else. It’s a great read for the entire family at bedtime.

“I’m Not Tired Yet ” by  Marianne Richmond went on bookshelves as of March 1, of this year.
Age range – 4+
Format – Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1402268785
ISBN-13: 978-1402268786

You can pick up a copy of this book at any bookstore or order yourself a copy Here. It’s truly adorable and heartwarming, you’ll enjoy radiant this to any little ones that like to giggle 🙂

**Disclosure- I received the products mentioned above ,  in order to write an honest review. No monetary compensation was received for this post. I did not have to write a positive review, Any and all opinions are and will always be my own.* 

5 thoughts on ““I’m Not Tired Yet” by Marianne Richmond

  1. SocialStudiesSoubrette

    What a great idea for a children's book! Little Bit has started lovingly saying Momma, Daddy, or Amen cutely to draw us back in. He also points to his bookcase and uh, uh, uh's. Which I translates into more ;D

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