Where Do You Sleep? by Patricia Hooper

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Lots of furry friends provide warm and comforting answers.

About Patricia Hooper

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Patricia Hooper got the idea for this book while watching a chipmunk in her yard one summer afternoon. She is a poet and writer who lives in Michigan. John Winch is the author and illustrator of the popular "The Old Woman Who Loved to Read" and "Keeping Up with Grandma." He lives in Australia.
Published September 1, 2001 by Holiday House. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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A series of questions and answers couched in rhymed couplets investigates the resting places of a succession of wild and domestic animals, ranging from the chipmunk to the wren, to the pony, goat, and sheep in this gentle bedtime story.

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Winch's (The Old Woman Who Loved to Read) sumptuous craftsmanship makes this survey of animal resting places stand out—although a "surprise" Nativity-themed ending feels tacked on.

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