Dreamtime: A Book of Lullabies

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Viking, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 42 pages
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From fresh new selections to traditional favorites and time-honored verses passed down through the ages, these thirty tender lullabies offer comfort and tranquility as bedtime draws near. Featuring selected works from Russell Hoban, Eve Merriam, Walter de la Mare, Eleanor Farjeon, Clyde Watson, and more, the soft, soothing sounds and the gentle reassurance of repetition are ideal for settling young children down for the night. Dreamily imaginative illustrations by Robin Bell Corfield add an absorbing dimension to the lulling tone of the text, resulting in a lovingly crafted book that is sure to coax many a nodding child into sleep's gentle embrace.

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Belinda Hollyer was born in New Zealand and has also lived and worked in Australia and the United States. She has worked as a teacher, a librarian, and a publisher. Now a full-time writer, she has written and compiled a number of books for adults and children, including She's All That! Poems About Girls and the award-winning Kingfisher Book of Family Poems.

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