Here Comes the Sun by Karl Newson
  

Here Comes the Sun

Written by Karl Newson
Illustrated by Migy Blanco

3+ readers   Bedtime Reading   Baby and Toddler   
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With a gentle rhyming text that makes it a particular pleasure to read this picture book, though it’s perfect bedtime reading, ends as dawn breaks. Everyone is fast sleep but Little Owl has work to do: she must fly right around the world blowing out the stars, one by one. From Africa to Antarctica the animals are snoozing when Little Owl spots a shooting star and follows it across jungles and deserts until she finally catches up with it just before the sun rises. Migy Blanco’s illustrations capture the vastness of the night sky, but Little Owl remains a friendly, reassuring presence. After such an exciting journey little children will be happy to snuggle down, but this could also be the ideal book to read over breakfast. ~ Andrea Reece

Synopsis

Here Comes the Sun by Karl Newson

While all the other animals sleep through the night, Little Owl has work to do - she needs to blow the stars out one by one to make way for morning. A reassuring picture book that will have little ones ready for a peaceful night's sleep.

About the Author

Karl Newson

Karl Newson is an author and illustrator from Norfolk. He takes inspiration from almost anywhere and is mostly fueled by biscuits. In his spare time, Karl enjoys walking by the river and listening to records.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Karl Newson
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Author's Website

karlnewson.com/

Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Publication date

2nd March 2017

ISBN

9780857638311

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