In this gently humorous book, perfect for bedtime, a young boy imagines all sorts of animals gently going to sleep.
This charming bedtime story takes the reader on a journey through a child’s imagination to a series of dreamy landscapes where animals ready themselves for asleep. The simple, lyrical text and charming illustrations will gently lull even the most reluctant sleeper, providing a calming way for parents and carers to say goodnight.
Born in Paris, Barroux spent much of his childhood in North Africa. He later attended art school in France, worked as an art director and then moved to New York and Montréal, and has since worked in children’s illustration and press cartoons. He has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post and Forbes Magazine and is now well known for his children’s book illustrations.
Children’s & educational
Words & Pictures
2 - 4
Children's, Teenage & educational