One Wide Sky by Deborah Wiles
A Bedtime Lullaby

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In this warm-spirited story, a perfect day of backyard adventures for three lively boys and two mischievous squirrels unfolds, and then gently comes to an end. As moonlight fills the sky, it's time for a soothing lullaby.
Critically acclaimed author Deborah Wiles and talented illustrator Tim Bowers have created a loving and lyrical lullaby that introduces simple counting--and that will send little ones everywhere off into sweet dreams . . . under one wide sky.
 

About Deborah Wiles

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DEBORAH WILES is a first-time novelist. She has worked as a journalist and a radio commentator, and she teaches writing and oral history workshops for children. She lives in Maryland. TIM BOWERS is the illustrator of One Wide Sky by Deborah Wiles and the Little Whistle series. For more than twenty years he also has been a professional illustrator of textbooks, magazines, greeting cards, and many other novelty items. He lives in Granville, Ohio.
 
Published April 1, 2003 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The visual and verbal elements weave together all the components into a kind of sunlit tapestry: a clover garland made by a child in late afternoon transforms into a goodnight gift for the human mother, just as the squirrels' booty becomes a late night snack shared with the mother.

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In writing Sahara Special, Codell finds a way to stay connected to the classroom.

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