Sleepy Places

Sleepy Places Sweet dreams Judy Hindley s lulling text combines with Tor Freeman s soft illustrations to create this gentle loving ode to favorite sleeping places When you re yawning and nodding and flopping and r

  • Title: Sleepy Places
  • Author: Judy Hindley Tor Freeman
  • ISBN: 9780763629830
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sleepy Places

    Sweet dreams Judy Hindley s lulling text combines with Tor Freeman s soft illustrations to create this gentle, loving ode to favorite sleeping places.When you re yawning and nodding and flopping and ready to fall in a heap, where do you choose for a nap or a snooze Where is your favorite place to sleep Would you like to sleep in a nest like a bird, or in a rose like a bSweet dreams Judy Hindley s lulling text combines with Tor Freeman s soft illustrations to create this gentle, loving ode to favorite sleeping places.When you re yawning and nodding and flopping and ready to fall in a heap, where do you choose for a nap or a snooze Where is your favorite place to sleep Would you like to sleep in a nest like a bird, or in a rose like a bee How about lolling in the mud like a frog, or hanging upside down like a bat Or maybe you re the type to seek out a cave made of quilts, or a warm comfy lap

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    One thought on “Sleepy Places

    1. Michelle

      Rhyming text tells of places where animals and people sleep. Simple illustrations done in muted colors.This is another great book for the PreK-K audience. Napping is certainly a subject that this age group can relate to. (Lately, I have been in need of naps myself!) Children also learn about different animals and their sleeping patterns. In addition, the rhyming text helps to develop phonological awareness. The illustrations with muted colors done in watercolor style create a peaceful, sleepy ef [...]

    2. Deidra

      Written by Judy Hindley, illustrated by Tor Freeman. Published by Candlewick Press, copyright 2006.Grade level: K-2This bed-time story is all about possible places to sleep or nap. The places could be things like a cave, a fort of blankets, a pile of pillows, and of course a bed. A cute story that gets kids to be creative as they think about possible places to sleep. I think kids will enjoy it.Possible themes or units: nap time, creativity

    3. Jackie

      Sleepy Places tells us where birds and bunnies, bats, bears, and bees nestle down for the night. "But what about you? Where is your favorite place to sleep?" The ending is humorous and probable, even a little predictable, but comforting and reassuring just the same. Soft, mutted colorwater illustrations set the mood to drift off to sleep wherever you are. Use for 11/2009 Family Jammie Storytime.

    4. Heidi-Marie

      A good possibility for PJ storytime with simple pictures and easy text. Not a book I'm in love with, but it is a good filler and serves as a nice bedtimey book for the storytime.4/19/10 The small group seemed to like the book. It kept them quiet. As I read it, I felt iffy about the rhyming. I don't know if it was me or the book. But it fit into the storytime theme so well.

    5. Peggy

      A surprisingly sweet bedtime book. I picked this one up on the clearance shelf so I guess I didn't really expect much, but I was very pleasantly surprised. The text is well-written and the pictures are silly and sweet. This one totally captured my son's imagination. It's a great bedtime book for 3-5 year-olds. A big thumbs-up!

    6. Pour Marianne

      Ce livre a eu beaucoup de succès, Marianne l'a demandé spécifiquement deux soirs de suite avant le dodo. (Ça arrive assez rarement qu'elle demande un livre en particulier.) La couverture illustre son moment préféré, des enfants qui dorment la tête à l'envers comme des chauve-souris.Maman trouve que c'est agréable à lire, instructif tout en étant poétique et en étant parfait pour le dodo.

    7. The Brothers

      A gentle and fun book about all the places that different animals might sleep, asking would happen if you slept there too?Nice, mellow-like illustrations.

    8. Samantha Penrose

      This story introduces us to the favorite napping/sleeping spots of some familiar animals and challenges your child to imagine what it might be like to snooze in such places.Pretty illustrations.

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