Hushabye by John Burningham

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A long day is drawing to a close, and several creatures are ready for sleep. A cat with a stroller full of kittens needs a place to rest, as does the baby who’s been sailing a boat on the sea. The man in the moon is exhausted, and three tired bears make their weary way up a flight of stairs. Soon, though, each has found a place for the night where they can sleep and wake up ready for a new day.

Featuring a simple story and the repeated refrain “Hushabye hush hush,” John Burningham’s latest is the perfect lullabye to soothe even the most restless little one.
 

About John Burningham

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John Burningham has created more than 20 books for children and has been hailed as one of the finest and most original writers at work today by The New Yorker.
 
Published October 9, 2001 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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