Knight-time: Night Knight by Owen Davey
FOR KNIGHTS LIKE ME, GOING TO BED IS A GREAT ADVENTURE.
Even knightly knights have to say nighty-night--every night. When an onslaught of ye old yawns attack, even brave retainers have to lay down their lances, and this cheerful little champion takes it like a man-at-arms, brushing his teeth, heading down the castle halls, climbing up to his tall turret, and hitting the pallet like a good knight.
Owen Davey's Night Knight (Templar Books, 2012) is a way to go into that good night, illustrated with a bold, warm palette and a loveable stylized little king's man who swaps his armor for pajamas like a manly man should. After all, there's nothing like a good night to make for a good little knight the next day, and this Night Knight is a great way to say goodnight!
"Hip, stylized, beautifully composed cut-paper collages evoke the rich ornamentation of any self-respecting medieval fantasy," raves Kirkus Reviews.