Waiting Place by Marc Sutherland

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Displayed with fantastical charcoal illustrations, "The Waiting Place" tells of a little boy who travels in his imagination to remedy his inability to fall asleep.

About Marc Sutherland

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Sutherland works as a land surveyor & forester but he has been drawing and painting pictures since boyhood. He was born in Quebec, Cananda.
Published August 30, 1998 by Diane Pub Co. 24 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Outrageous adventures take place at the foot of the bed when a bout of insomnia allows a child’s imagination to take flight.

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What varies from spread to spread are the visitors to the chamber, who appear as the child muses on all that he or she will do ""tomorrow."" Among the visitors summoned are the jungle animals who will ""sing me lazy lullabies,"" a chess-playing Gryphon, Vikings in a longboat and marching beefeaters.

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