I'm Still Awake, Still!

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Allen & Unwin, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Fiddy is small and busy and quick. And at bedtime he’s still wide awake. When little Fiddy can’t get to sleep, his family, the animals, the flowers, and the big friendly bear all help him discover the world around him and the calm of sleep. The songs that children and adults are sure to adore are paired with a richly illustrated story about a little boy exploring the world at bedtime. Listen to the story with the songs, or settle down for musical enchantment with eight timeless new lullabies, guaranteed to leave children feeling happy and at home in the world.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A little boy can't get to sleep! Even after a bath, a new pair of soft pajamas and a bedtime story, red-headed Italian-Australian Fiddy (who looks to be about four) is still wide awake. His father ... Read full review

I'm Still Awake, Still!

User Review  - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing

This great-value book and CD package will delight children from two to eight years, and be snapped up by schools wanting to adapt it for their own musical performances. Elizabeth Honey is a versatile ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Elizabeth Honey is a hugely popular, award-winning author of poetry, picture books and junior novels. Her playful humour, originality and energy strike a chord with kids everywhere. Elizabeth's picture books include The Moon in the Man and Not a Nibble, and her novels are published in the USA, Italy and Germany...Sue Johnson is a singer, pianist and composer who co-founded the internationally renown vocal percussion group Coco's Lunch. Many of Sue's original songs have been performed and recorded in Australia, Canada and USA. She has composed for television, film and dance, and has led vocal workshops and directed massed choirs. Sue was nominated at the 2003 APRA Music Awards for her song 'All the Wild Wonders' (with lyrics by author Elizabeth Honey) in the Most Performed Jazz Work category.

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