In this sweet and interactive bedtime read-aloud—with the rollicking rhyme of Sandra Boynton's Barnyard Dance! and the bedtime themes of Sleep Like A Tiger by Mary Logue—young readers can make skunks scamper and possums prance with each push of a durable novelty element.
When you rest your head at night, nocturnal animals awake to dance and play! Push and pull the sturdy tabs to make foxes frolic and hedgehogs hustle in this sweet, interactive tale of nighttime fun.
A charming and interactive bedtime read-aloud, young children will delight in moving the durable novelty elements, making the illustrations transform through their efforts.
FOR FANS OF BARNYARD DANCE!: With rollicking rhyme and dancing animals, this book is perfect for anyone who loves Sandra Boynton's Barnyard Dance!
BEDTIME READ-ALOUD: After celebrating what nocturnal animals do at night, the child reader helps to tuck the child protagonist into a cozy bed by pull up their covers. Perfect for a bedtime read-aloud!
BONDING & LEARNING: Interactive novelty elements create opportunities for interacting with the book, and with one another, in new and sweet ways. While promoting parent-child bonding, the interactive elements also help the youngest readers learn hand-eye coordination and cause-and-effect as they see how their actions impact the illustrations.
CUDDLY CREATURES: Teagan White's cutest of animals are irresistible.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Teagan White explores the wonders of the natural world and the friendly creatures who live in it through picture books, stationery, puzzles, fabric, and beyond. Teagan lives in Oregon with their partner and stepdaughter, where they like to ride bikes, adventure in the woods, spy on raccoons in their backyard, and visit seagulls at the beach.
Serena Allen was up late one night with her infant son and wondered, Who else is awake right now? I can't be the only one who's not sleeping. And once her son was back in her crib she wrote the first lines of this book. Growing up outside of Yosemite, Serena had many close encounters with wildlife. She now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, but she still spends a lot of time hiking and climbing in the great outdoors with her husband and their two children.