BEDTIME FOR BUZZY T. J. HACKWORTH Illustrated by SEAN BAPTIST
A young boy is playing with his toys and doesn’t want to go to bed at bedtime. One by one his toys come to life in his imagination and convince him that going to sleep is the best way to continue his adventures.
A DIFFERENT KIND OF READ REVIEW
There’s no doubt about it. Bedtime for Buzzy is a bedtime story. No more and no less. It starts off very, very good, but towards the middle end of the story, an unexpected twist turns everything upside down. Even with this twist, the book is a good read. However, I caution parents to read the story themselves before reading it to their children so that they can make the proper adjustments. The UNIQUE thing about Bedtime for Buzzy is it’s storyline. It’s storyline? Yes, you’ll see.
Bedtime for Buzzy is recommended for First Time Readers (0 – 8).
T. J. Hackworth is a writer of short stories and children’s fiction. His work has appeared recently in the Wisconsin Review. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and daughter. And he never has trouble going to bed.
Sean Baptist is a freelance illustrator with numerous publications featuring his art, design, and illustration over the last decade. He studied illustration at Northern Michigan University. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. And he sometimes has trouble going to bed when he should.