Synopses & Reviews
Internationally acclaimed singer and songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter extends her many talents to childrens books with this gentle bedtime story. A goodnight kiss sends a little girl sailing off to a magical world where children from around the world come to follow their dreams. An enchanting journey through the stars and down the Milky Way ends snugly and safely back in bed. Julia Noonans soft and captivating illustrations perfectly capture that special place where dreams can come true.
About the Author
Mary Chapin Carpenters voice and songs have won her recognition around the world as a recording artist, performer, and songwriter. With Dreamland and Halley Came to Jackson, she extends her many talents to childrens books. Her numerous honors include five Grammy Awards and two CMA Female Vocalist of the Year awards, and she has released consecutive multi-platinum albums. She has actively supported numerous social and environmental organizations, including the Care Foundation, the Wilderness Society, and the Country Music AIDS Awareness Campaign.
Dan Andreasen is the illustrator of the Caroline Years series and the Rose Years series, both part of the Little House publishing program. He is also the illustrator of Pioneer Girl, the real-life story of Laura Ingalls Wilder. He lives in Medina, Ohio with his wife and two children.
Julia Noonan's many award-winning books for children include Baby Bat's Lullaby by Jacquelyn Mitchard and When the Moon is High by Alice Schertle. Her own books include The Very Best Doll and Hare and Rabbit: Friends Forever. Ms. Noonan has two children and makes her home in Stony Brook, New York.