All Through the Night by John Ceiriog Hughes

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The lyrics are better when sung—in either language—but their tone is properly echoed in these sweet, soft-focus illustrations.
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This ancient Welsh folk song was first recorded in 1784. Still popular today, this lovely song is here gorgeously illustrated. The soothing refrains of this classic lullaby let children know how loved they are.
 

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John Ceiriog Hughes (25 September 1832 - 23 April 1887), was a Welsh poet and well-known collector of Welsh folk tunes. Sir Harold Boulton (1859-1935) was a business man, philanthropist, and song writer, and author of the Sky Boat Song. Kate Alizadeh lives in the U.K and is currently attending University College Falmouth. Her art has been showcased in illustration 100 Collective - 2008 - Babahogs Artcafe, UCA Maidstone Foundation Fine art show - 2010 - UCA Maidstone, With love from Kate - 2009 - Babahogs Artcafe. She was nineteen when she illustrated this book.
 
Published May 30, 2013 by Simply Read Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on May 01 2013

The lyrics are better when sung—in either language—but their tone is properly echoed in these sweet, soft-focus illustrations.

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