In an unforgettably catchy bedtime adventure, singer-songwriter Eric Litwin -- author of the first three mega-bestselling Pete the Cat books -- invites readers to chime in and join the nutty, pun-filled fun, with a downloadable song available!
It's bedtime at the Nut House, but little Wally and Hazel Nut aren't ready to go to sleep. "We're Nuts! We're Nuts! We're Nuts!" Why go to bed when you could be singing and howling at the moon? But Mama Nut insists... "All little Nuts need to go up to bed!" Who will win this bedtime tug-of-war? Readers can listen to and/or download Litwin's bluesy spoken-sung performance of the book and additional songs at www.TheNutFamily.com.
Don't miss the other hilarious read-along, sing-along books about the Nut Family! Sing and Dance in Your Polka-Dot Pants The Nuts Keep Rolling!
About the Author
Eric Litwin is the New York Times bestselling author of the beloved Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons, Pete the Cat: Rocking in my School Shoes, and Pete the Cat Saves Christmas. He is also the author of The Poop Song and the book series about Groovy Joe. Eric is a children's educator, performer and co-founder of The Learning Groove, which creates materials and training for early music and movement education. His website is EricLitwin.com.
Scott Magoon has illustrated many books for young readers including all of Eric Litwin's books about the Nut Family as well as Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Spoon, Chopsticks, and Straw. He is the author and artist of Linus, The Little Yellow Pencil, The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot!, as well as Breathe, which was named a Kirkus Reviews Best Read Aloud and a Best Book of the Year by the HuffPost and Chicago Public Library. Scott lives in the Boston area with his wife and two sons. His website is www.scottmagoon.com.
"[A] perfect storytime read... children will ask for it again and again." —School Library Journal
"Magoon's (Spoon) digital illustrations create a boisterous world for the Nut family to inhabit (their home features a ball pit and an observatory... Pete the Cat author Litwin leans heavily on nut related puns (while Wally and Hazel pretend to be astronauts, an off-stage voice announces, "Houston, we have a praline!" as Hazel plants a flag for the "Unutted States")... as it makes its way to a reassuring bedtime conclusion."—Publishers Weekly