Good Night, Nori by Brigitte Weninger

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When little Nori can’t sleep, he gets out of bed to see what his friends are up to. The animals are all resting, but they try to help Nori out. Lotti Lamb gives him some dry meadow grass to puff up his pillow, and Henrietta Hen gives him a dream feather so he can have peaceful dreams. Ella Elephant gives Nori her little toy elephant to be his companion, and Petey Pig tells him to listen out the window for all the stories the stars can tell him. Sure enough, when Nori returns to bed, he drifts off into a sweet-smelling, feather-light, star-filled slumber. A perfect bedtime story to help show little ones how to nod off.
 

About Brigitte Weninger

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Brigitte Weninger lives in Austria. Yusuke Yonezu lives in Japan.
 
Published September 20, 2007 by Minedition. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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In the end, the bear learns the secret word that the angel has whispered in the ear of a child each night: “Grow.” That is the central theme of each story, whether it be physical, emotional or intellectual growth.

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Nori the kitten is having trouble falling asleep despite the late hour and the comfort of his bed.

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