Synopses & Reviews
Perfect for fans of The Runaway Bunny, this children's bedtime story is filled with baby animals and their mothers: an otter tucks her little one into a kelp forest bed; a family of brown bears snuggle all through the winter; a humpback whale sings a song to soothe her calf. Lovingly illustrated and lyrically written, I Would Tuck You In is written and illustrated by husband-and-wife author and artist team Mitchell Watley and Sarah Asper-Smith.
Just how far will a mother go for her baby? To the ends of the earth, of course. Follow along as Alaskan mother animals reveal the ways in which, above all else, they love their babies for just who they are. A book that's sure to both comfort and delight toddlers.
About the Author
Sarah Asper-Smith makes her home in Juneau, Alaska, where she works for herself as an artist and designer. She finds much of her inspiration in the beauty that surrounds her. Although originally from Texas, Mitchell Watley now calls Alaska home.
When he is not collaborating with his wife, Sarah, on an artistic project or a delicious meal, he can often be found painting in his studio. This is their first children's book together.