Animal Lullabies by Pam Conrad

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As the day draws to a close in the animal kingdom, a mother swan hopes one more glide around the pond will send her young ones off to sleep. This collection of sweet-dream lullabies by award-winning novelist Pam Conrad is perfect for the nursery set. Adults and children alike will recognize themselves in the gently humorous lullabies, full of the rustles and flutters of bedtime and the promise of safe slumber. Full color.
 

About Pam Conrad

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Pam Conrad wrote many award-winning books for children, including the immensely popular "The Tub People " and " The Tub Grandfather, " both illustrated by Richard Egielski. She is also the author of a number of critically acclaimed novels, including Prairie Songs, a 1986 ALA Best Children's Book of the Year and a 1985 ALA Golden Kite Honor Book, and " Stonewords, " winner of the 1991 Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Juvenile Mystery. Beddows is the illustrator of a number of books for young readers.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by Harpercollins Childrens Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Many of the illustrations appear to be silvered by moonlight, and the book has a pleasant design with framed full-page illustrations facing text printed on blocks of shaded color.

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Joining many other books that catalogue the ways animals put their offspring to sleep, these 10 luminously illustrated animal poems blend scientific descriptions and sounds with plenty of anthropomorp

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Joining many other books that catalogue the ways animals put their offspring to sleep, these 10 luminously illustrated animal poems blend scientific descriptions and sounds with plenty of anthropomorphism, solace and bustle: ""`Your momma's on her way,'"" a giraffe whispers to her nephew as ""the...

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