Good Night, Hattie, My Dearie, My Dove by Alice Schertle

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Tonight a parade marched through Hattie's house.was Lumpy, who had been white when he was newwas Dinah, who needed a little help standing up.was Tom, who used to sing "Yankee Doodle" until something inside him went snap!

So goes Hattie's bedtime parade, counting up to ten of her closest stuffed-animal friends and letting us know what makes each one special. But after the parade is over and Mommy and Daddy put the toys away, Hattie has ten very special reasons why her friends should be tucked into bed with her. Alice Schertle's sweetly humorous text is beautifully paired with Ted Rand's warm illustrations in this endearing bedtime counting book.

 

About Alice Schertle

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Alice Schertle es una celebrada autora de muchos libros para ninos. Ha recibido el premio Christopher. Alice vive en New Salem, Massachusetts.Alice Schertle is an acclaimed author of many children's books, as well as a recipient of the Christopher Award. She lives in New Salem, Massachusetts. Ted Rand, illustrator of Mailing May and Don't Forget.
 
Published March 1, 1990 by William Morrow & Co. 26 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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Seven is the teddy bear, named Clam Chowder “ever since he fell into Hattie’s soup.” It is bedtime, and Mama and Daddy help Hattie carry everyone upstairs.

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Originally issued in 1985, the counting book Good Night, Hattie, My Dearie, My Dove by Alice Schertle returns with new illustrations by Ted Rand.

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