How Do You Sleep?

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Marshall Cavendish Children, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Children will be lulled to sleep as they learn where a bird, bear, horse, pig, frog, and rabbit sleep—and even themselves! Dreamy close-ups of animals, both awake and asleep, add to the gentle mood.

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User Review  - rpazmino-calligan - LibraryThing

This would be a good book to read to a young class before nap time. It describes how and where different animals sleep. It could also go along with a science lesson about the different sleeping patterns or ways of animals at a very basic level. I thought the book was cute. Read full review

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User Review  - darleneua - LibraryThing

This book would be good for kindergarten and 1st grade.The illustrations are very good in this book as well. It tells about how and where different animals sleep. It also has a few rhyming lines in it as well. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

The author lives with her husband and two daughters (who helped to edit the manuscript) in Sandy Spring, Maryland. She is the also the author of two picture books: Never Ask A Bear ill. by Doris Barrette and How Do You Sleep? ill. by Kristin Kest.

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