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Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep (Lap Board Book)by Joyce Dunbar
Synopses & Reviews
In this endearing bedtime story, Willa's big brother helps her get to sleep by reminding her about all of the happy things around her. Willa is afraid of bad dreams. "Think of something happy," suggests her big brother, Willoughby. But Willa needs his help. So together they think of all the happy things that await her in the morning--cozy slippers to warm her little feet, a yummy breakfast, and the morning itself, which loves to gently nudge her awake. But for Willa, the happiest thing of all is knowing that Willoughby will be there in the morning, too, just like always. This reassuring bedtime book will quickly become a cherished addition to family libraries--favorite for grown-ups and little ones to share for years to come.
A charming bedtime story about sibling love, nightime fears, and all the good things preschoolers have to look forward to in the morning--in an oversized board book embellished with sparkly silver stars.
A modern nursery rhyme about the things babies everywhere have in common
The tender story of Smudge and his dream to have a brother or sister will appeal to any child awaiting the birth of a new sibling
Smudge is the only rabbit in the woods without a brother or sister. His mother tells him to wait for spring, but that is a long way off. In autumn, Smudge builds a leaf-and-twig brother, but he blows away. He builds a snow sister in the winter, but she melts. Will Smudge's wish for a sibling ever come true? This touching tale of the arrival of a new baby is perfectly complemented by gentle illustrations.
A global celebration of adorable baby fingers and baby toesand#8212;now available in a lap board book edition. Born in the hills or in a town, in a tent or on the ice, these babies from across the globe all have one thing in commonand#8212;adorable fingers and toes. But one little baby has something only its mother can give.
About the Author
JOYCE DUNBAR has written more than fifty books for children, including The Very Small and This Is the Star. She lives in Norwich, England.
DEBI GLIORI has illustrated many beloved picture books, including Joyce Dunbar's Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep and Tell Me What It's Like to Be Big, along with her own No Matter What and Penguin Post. She lives near Edinburgh, Scotland.
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