Saturday, April 7, 2012

Moonlight, Dreaming, and Sweet Dreams

Submitted by Ms. Melissa!
It’s sleepy time... Time to snuggle up with a good book. Here is a collection of stories sure to make for a quiet and restful slumber.
First we have a story about Rabbit, in the book Moonlight by Helen Griffith. Rabbit burrows into his hole where moonlight covers his world like butter. The buttery moon drops set the edges of tree trunks, mountain tops, and flowers aglow. The words are a bit silly, but when spoken out loud create a restful beat. See this book listed in our catalog
In the book Dreaming by Elaine Greenstein, readers will countdown to slumber... 10 silent houses, 7 stars shinning... all part of one whimsical scene. See this book listed in our catalog
In Sweet Dreams by Rose A. Lewis little ones will be ushered to sleep with thoughts of slumbering animals all resting under Mr. Moon’s careful watch. Images of nocturnal animals and plants awake under the moon light introduce children to a world not often seen by their young eyes. As time passes, Mr. Moon goes to sleep and the world awakes to Miss Sunshine and the company she keeps. See this book listed in our catalog

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