Under the Sleepy Stars by Stephanie Shaw
  

Synopsis

Under the Sleepy Stars by Stephanie Shaw

On a star-sprinkled night, an owl and her owlet watch as the forest animals settle down to sleep. Who tucks Fawn in? Who cuddles Cub? asks the wide-awake owlet. But as night turns to dawn, it's Owlet who needs a goodnight hug ...This soothing, bedtime rhyme from Stephanie Shaw (Bedtime in the Meadow) is perfect for rocking toddlers off to sleep. Little hands will love the padded, squishy cover and sturdy board pages. With magical illustrations from Rebecca Harry (Foxes in the Snow), this will make an adorable gift for a one- to three-year-olds.

About the Author

Stephanie lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region of the United States in Oregon. Drawing from the fields and forests of the area, she loves creating lyrical stories for the nursery. She is most influenced in her writing by having had parents who wisely filled her life with books. It is in their honor that she now writes stories for other parents to share with little ones. Rebecca Harry studied design/illustration in Exeter and began her career drawing greetings cards. She has illustrated several books including the Ruby Duckling picture books with Jonathan Emmett. She lives in Cardiff with her two children.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
24 pages
Interest Age: From 1

Author

Stephanie Shaw
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group
www.littletiger.co.uk

Publication date

13th August 2015

ISBN

9781848690547


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