I Love You, Sleepyhead by Claire Freedman

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Look, little child, as the night is unfurled, the animals are going to bed all around the world. As the sun slowly fades and the soft, silver moon rises, the baby animals are snuggling down to sleep while their mommies watch over them.

This enchanting lullaby, with breathtakingly real illustrations, makes the perfect bedtime storybook for sleepyheads everywhere.

 

About Claire Freedman

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Claire Freedman is a Good Books author. A day in the life of Simon Mendez includes being bounced or shaken awake by his children, drawing and coloring anything and everything he can think of while juggling the family and trying to avoid emails, telephone calls, and real life then hopefully finding his bed before the sun or the kids rise. He lives in a small village in the North of England with his wife, twins, and Dill the dog.
 
Published January 1, 2007 by Good Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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/ His briefs were way too pinchy!” Irritation quickly escalates into fury, and the ensuing autogenocide both leaves the cavemen (there are no women in evidence) relieved and leads to a closing “Don’t forget briefs saved Mankind.

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“Look, little child, / as the night is unfurled, / The animals are going to bed / all around the world.” The sleepy-eyed fawn feels safe by her mother, and yawning lion cubs snuggle up to a watchful lioness.

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