Where Do I Sleep?: A Pacific Northwest Lullaby (Board book)

Where Do I Sleep?: A Pacific Northwest Lullaby By Jennifer Blomgren, Andrea Gabriel (Illustrator) Cover Image

Where Do I Sleep?: A Pacific Northwest Lullaby (Board book)

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Based on the best-selling picture book of the same title, this adorable board book features colorful illustrations of sleeping baby animals accompanied by a melodic lullaby, including shimmering salmon fry, a long-legged baby moose, feathery eaglets, and many other Northwest animals bedding down for the night (or day!). Rhythmic and soothing four-line stanzas describe the animals' habitats and sleeping patterns. Little ones will love learning about these adorable Pacific Northwest baby animals, making it the perfect bedtime story.
Jennifer Blomgren is both a writer and lover of nature. She has previously authored three children’s books. She illustrates her own line of greeting cards, 24 Carrot, Inc., in Port Townsend, Washington. She loves nature walks, gardening, and her three dogs.
 
Andrea Gabriel is an artist in Bellingham, Washington. She received her Bachelor's degree in art from Western Washingotn University. She is the illustrator and/or author of eight picture books for children. She loves doing author visits to schools and is currently working on her first novel.
Product Details ISBN: 9781632170194
ISBN-10: 1632170191
Publisher: Little Bigfoot
Publication Date: August 4th, 2015
Pages: 20
Language: English
This tender pair [with Why Do I Sing?] should make lovely bedtime additions. Gentle verses describe the sleeping and singing habits of various animals. Each of the illustrations contains the name of the animal in question. Soft and sweet yet beautifully textured, the images are lovely and will have readers poring over them.
—School Library Journal

Local author Jennifer Blomgren and illustrator Andrea Gabriel set the perfect bedtime tone for your wild ones with Where Do I Sleep? A Pacific Northwest Lullaby. Beautiful illustrations and a melodic lullaby follow Pacific Northwest critters as they prepare for bed each night.
—Seattle's Child