Goodnight, Little Superhero and Goodnight, Little Dancer have a simple concept. Just saying Goodnight to a couple of children while they go about getting ready for bed. Jennifer Adams’s text is sweet. Happy and bouncy. Alea Marley continues that trend with the bold, rich colors. The details are minimal but are perfect to show you the things and feelings that are going on.
These books are good for the three to five age rang. The older reader could do some solo reading or might need some assistance from an adult. They are best for a one-on-one reading, and not so much for a group (unless the group is no more than three). The nice thing about both books is they show diverse characters (the children of the dancing book are of color) and do not limit themselves to a gender as both books have a brother and sister combo (therefore, a boy can dance, and a girl can be a superhero).
The books are straightforward, and therefore comfortable to read. The author of these books also created the BabyLit Books. This connection allows your child to grow with an author you are familiar with and a tone the child is familiar with. They also created the I Am a Warrior Goddess series. Therefore, most ages have been covered by their works.
I do not see others in this series yet, but I am keeping watch for them. If there are no ideas yet, I would like to mention that I would like to see Little Builders, Little Readers and if possible, one about imagination. (And just for the record, happy to collaborate with you Jennifer Adams!)