All the Animals Were Sleeping (Hardcover)

All the Animals Were Sleeping By Clare Helen Welsh, Jenny Løvlie (Illustrator) Cover Image

All the Animals Were Sleeping (Hardcover)

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On the dry, grassy plains of the Serengeti, a little mongoose makes his way home to his burrow. On his way, the mongoose passes giraffes, zebras, monkeys, elephants, storks, lizards, butterflies, and cheetahs, all sleeping in their own unique ways. A stunning, lyrical, and reassuring bedtime story, perfect for young animal lovers, with non-fiction facts at the end. Every Nosy Crow picture book comes with a free 'Stories Aloud' audio recording- just scan the QR code and listen along!
Clare Helen Welsh (Author)
Clare Helen Welsh is a picture book writer who loves dreaming up stories for young readers and their families to enjoy. For many years she was an elementary school teacher, which ignited her love of storytelling, reading, and role-play. When she isn't imagining new worlds and creating characters, she enjoys walking on the beach and in the countryside and takes lots of inspiration from the natural world. Clare lives with her husband, two children, and her dog, Hope, in Devon, England.

Jenny Løvlie (Illustrator)
Jenny Løvlie grew up in Northern Norway on Ekkerøy, a tiny peninsula sticking out into the Barents Sea, where she was the first child to be born in 12 years. Jenny studied Illustration & Animation at Kingston University in London, England. Her love of nature shines through in her work and she draws inspiration from the wild landscapes of Scandinavia, Nordic folklore, and Scandinavian design. Jenny's favorite things are going on adventures in her van, camping, bird-watching, cooking, and reading. She lives in Cardiff, Wales.
Product Details ISBN: 9798887770697
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Publication Date: May 7th, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
Not only a survey of various animals, this will resonate with little ones who see themselves reflected in the mongoose, needing an outlet for its energy before settling into the family burrow and falling fast asleep.—Sarah Pousty, School Library Journal