Hushabye Lily by Claire Freedman

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Two talented artists pair up in this loving story about bedtime on a farm.

Lily can't fall alseep. The farm is much too noisy and Lily is much too curious. "Hush now, Lily," says Mother Rabbit as the full moon rises over the farm. But Lily wants to hear the golden-eyed duck sing its duck lullaby and the cow tell its bedtime story. So Mother Rabbit and Lily embark on a sleepy,barnyard adventure and discover that each animal has a special way of preparing for bedtime. Mother Rabbit and Lily snuggle up in the shadowy stable. And as quiet falls over the farm, the last lullaby of the night is Lily's sweet, little snore.


About Claire Freedman

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-->Claire Freedman is the author of several picture books, including -->Dinosaurs Love Underpants!"; -->Aliens Love Underpants!"; -->Snuggle Up, Sleepy Ones"; -->One Magical Day"; -->A Magical Christmas"; and -->Dilly Duckling". She lives in Essex, England. ?-->Ben Cort is the illustrator of several children's books, including -->Aliens Love Underpants". Ben lives in Bedfordshire, England. John drew from quite a young age - doodling cartoon likenesses of his teachers in notebooks at school - before eventually putting his talents to good use at the local college of art studying illustration and design. Since then he has had over 30 children's books published in England and the US. John lives part of the year in Cambridge and part in Cannes in the South of France with his Italian wife who is also a brilliant artist working in Ceramics and Glass!
Published January 1, 2002 by Tiger Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A noisy farmyard is keeping Lily awake, but Mother Rabbit solves the problem by taking her on a tour of the grounds, allowing her to see for herself how all of the animals are preparing for bed.

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It may take a village to raise a child but, according to this inviting bedtime book, it takes a barnyard to coax a baby rabbit to sleep.

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