Sleepy Book by Charlotte Zolotow
  

Synopsis

Sleepy Book by Charlotte Zolotow

All creatures sleep in their own way, from bears hibernating in caves, to horses standing in fields and seals stretched out on their flippers. This charming bedtime book explores the different ways animals slumber, from familiar pets like cats and dogs, cosy in their baskets, to the less well-known cricket and moth. Charlotte Zolotow's gentle and timeless language combines with exquisite illustrations by Vladimir Bobri to create a calm, comforting text that is the perfect precursor to nodding off.

About the Author

Charlotte Zolotow was a children's picture book author, poet and book editor. In a career spanning 50 years she wrote over 90 books for children and edited hundreds of children's books. Vladimir Bobri was an author, illustrator and artist, celebrated for his design work. From the 1940s he began to illustrate children's books, a number of which have now become classics.

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Format

Hardback
36 pages
Interest Age: From

Author

Charlotte Zolotow
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Publisher


www.bodleianshop.co.uk

Publication date

18th November 2016

ISBN

9781851244577


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