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Houghton Mifflin, 1990 - Blankets - 32 pages
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It is time for bed, but blanket is still hanging outside to dry. The child can't fall asleep. Blanket is just as sad as the child, as it droops and sags on the line. But with the help of the wind and an energetic dog and cat, all will be well. Illustrated in full-color.

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User Review  - AnnaMoody - LibraryThing

Blanket is about a boy's attachment to his blanket. His mother has to leave it outside over night on the clothesline to dry. But, the boy still can not sleep. So, all the things around him begin to ... Read full review

About the author (1990)

Margot Apple was born in Detroit, Michigan and earned a degree in art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. She is a freelance illustrator, and collaborates with other authors, as well as illustrating her own picture books, and producing illustrations for Cricket and Ladybug magazines. She has illustrated more than fifty books for children and is best known for her collaboration with Nancy Shaw on the Sheep series. Apple is the author-illustrator of Blanket and Brave Martha and the illustrator of Appaloosa Zebra: A Horse Lover's Alphabet, Runaway Radish, and the "Sheep" books, including Sheep in a Jeep and Sheep Trick or Treat.

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