I bought this book for my 2-year-old son. He loves "Where's Spot?", and I thought he may enjoy another from the series. I bought this one with the hopes that it would have the same simplistic kind of message as "Where's Spot?" However, the storyline in Spot Says Goodnight is kind of ridiculous. The first thing Spot does is say goodnight to friends even though it isn't dark out. Then Spot goes inside to put away toys. After that, Spot takes a bath. It's more about an evening routine than Spot simply saying goodnight to everything/everyone. Also, some (most?) of the things behind the flaps don't make sense. For example, at one point, they ask if Spot is ready for his bath. Spot replies "Nearly." Who says "nearly"? Also, Spot says goodnight to a cat, and the cat responds that its coming to bed with spot. At one point, Spot asks if there's anyone else to say goodnight to, and the flap is simply covering the moon (makes no sense).
That is a very picky analysis, I know. That all being said, my son still enjoys it. He likes the fact that he knows the dog from the other book, and he still likes lifting all the flaps up. It's interactive. I think I may need to try a different one, though, as this one is a little odd.