We are left in charge of the pigeon for a while but we must make sure he goes to bed and doesn't stay up late. Enter the pigeon who pleads, debates, argues and demands his right to stay up late.
Both of my children loved this book and I have to admit, so did I. My children loved the interaction and shouting 'no' at every demand of the pigeon. Even better we had a good old chuckle about some of the arguments we recognised there from their own attempts to stay up late. The pictures are brilliant, the illustrator has really captured the essence of 'outraged pigeon', 'reasonable pigeon' and 'begging pigeon', you can even sense a little pigeon pout.
There are hundreds of books out there with a story, but this one offers something a bit unique and very much appeals to my children (2.5 and almost 7)