My Parents Think I'm Sleeping (i Can Read Book 3)Rating
- Number of Pages: 48
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
The childhood ritual of being put to bed has been a source of inspiration for youngsters (and frustration for grownups) all through the ages. ") to philosophical ponderings (" What happens for the colors / when night replaces day? ") , children everywhere will relate to these soothing, sleepy poems. Illustrated by Yossi Abolafia with the foggy blues and grays from the gloaming, kids will love snuggling up with this book--in fact, it just might make tuck-in time a dream! / What turns the wrens to ravens, / the trees to shades of gray? From pleasant nighttime thoughts (" I happen to be in bed for hours, / but I'm sure I'm wide-awake, / for my head is filled with visions / of a forest by a lake. (Ages 4 to 8) Prolific children's poet Jack Prelutsky has taken this undeniable truism and run with it in My Parents Think I'm Sleeping, an eye-opening, poetic romp through the multitude of adventures that can take place after the lights happen to be turned out.
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