“It’s time to turn out the lights and say ‘night-night’ to Buffalo!”

Children’s book author/editor Katherine Sully has hit a homerun with her Night-Night read-aloud board books. In her Night-Night Buffalo book, which is perfectly suited for toddlers ages 1-4, youngsters have an opportunity to say goodnight to their favorite Buffalo landmarks, including The Electric Tower, The Buffalo Zoo, and the Buffalo Lighthouse. This book is a great way to familiarize small children with their favorite local buildings and stomping grounds.

It’s time to turn out the lights and say “night-night” to Buffalo! - A read-aloud board book that fosters an appreciation for Buffalo's culture.

The book is also an excellent way to teach little ones about their hometown. As they flip through the pages, they will come across a wide array of familiar locations, as well as a number of places that they might not know about…yet. From Unity Island to Martin Luther King Park, there are plenty of iconic cultural landmarks to say Good Night to… before drifting off to sleep.

Katherine Sully (Author), Helen Poole (Illustrator)

City landmarks and landscapes featured in this bedtime storybook, include:

  • Buffalo Botanical Gardens
  • The AKG Art Museum
  • Buffalo Museum of Science
  • US Naval and Military Park
  • Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Memorial House
  • New Era Field
  • Buffalo Zoo
  • Buffalo Lighthouse

The Night-Night Buffalo book can be found at numerous local bookstores, including Alice, Ever After Books (online, or by pick-up at 295 Parkside Avenue in North Buffalo).

The Night-Night Buffalo book retails for $9.99.

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