Dream On: A Kid's Guide to Interpreting Dreams (Hardcover)

Dream On: A Kid's Guide to Interpreting Dreams By Cerridwen Greenleaf, Khoa Le (Illustrator) Cover Image

Dream On: A Kid's Guide to Interpreting Dreams (Hardcover)

By Cerridwen Greenleaf, Khoa Le (Illustrator)

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Dreams. We all have them. Good and bad ones. Some may be as simple as a dream about going to the mall with friends. But others can be much more complicated. Do you ever wonder what your dreams really mean? Is your subconscious trying to tell you something more? 

This gorgeous book guides young readers as they learn to decipher the deeper meanings behind some of their craziest dreams. With a primary focus on friendship, family, and school—and how dreams often reflect uncertainty in these areas of life—Dream On touches on the areas most important to middle grade readers. The book includes a list of some of the most common symbols and imagery in dream interpretation. From falling or forgetting to turn in an assignment to being lost in the woods, readers will be able to examine their subconscious in a new, exciting way. The book also includes overviews and sidebars that explore the fascinating science behind REM-sleep and how our brains work during the various cycles of sleep that lead to dreaming. 
Cerridwen Greenleaf is the author of the bestselling Witch's Spellbook series. She has worked with many of the leading lights of the spirituality world and relies on her background in medievel studies to inform her work. 

Khoa Le is an illustrator, graphic designer, and author based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She is the illustrator of the RP Kids picture book Sugar In Milk. Khoa has also participated in art exhibitions throughout Vietnam and Asia. She currently lives with her four cats. She has a passion for traveling and discovering different cultures and art.

Product Details ISBN: 9780762479269
ISBN-10: 0762479264
Publisher: Running Press Kids
Publication Date: December 27th, 2022
Pages: 136
Language: English
"Le strews diverse figures through brightly colored dreamscapes and abstract vignettes. Entertaining speculation about dreams…”—Kirkus Reviews