A gorgeous goodnight story that celebrates the nighttime rituals of two young children visiting their grandparents in India.

As nighttime falls over the city, two children visiting their grandparents in India find there's so much fun to be had! Whether it's listening to epic stories or observing rituals in the puja room, there are many moments that make this time together special.

In this beautiful, rhyming ode to bedtime, the only thing more universal than getting ready for bed and saying goodnight is the love between children and their grandparents.
"Nadia Salomon’s Goodnight Ganesha reminds readers that saying goodnight is both universal and unique and that all children deserve bedtime books that reflect their experiences and culture." --Hallee Adelman, author of My Quiet Ship

"A pair of parallel poems, both steeped in references to India and Hinduism, form this stunningly illustrated tribute to family rituals [with] gorgeous, classically stylized art. Contemporary Hindu families will love the culturally specific details, while cultural outsiders will appreciate the universality of a bedtime routine." Booklist

"Two children prepare for bed at their grandparents’ home in India, content in the love surrounding them and reflecting Hindu influences Luminous illustrations with awe-inspiring patterns convey the relatable comfort of bedtime rituals, told in a poetic style similar to Margaret Wise Brown’s ­ Goodnight, Moon." School Library Journal

"Who says rhyming picture books can’t also be gorgeous? The rhyme schemes themselves are interesting too. Probably the prettiest bedtime book you’ll encounter." —Betsy Bird's Fuse 8, SLJ Blog

A Bank Street Best Children’s Book of the Year · ALA, ALSC Día Selection · Featured in Book Riot, NCTE #WOWDozen Poetry Book, and CNBC TV-18