5 edition of Who is sleeping? found in the catalog.
Who is sleeping?
As the sun goes down, all kinds of creatures go to sleep, including fish, bees, a rabbit, a squirrel, a dog, and a child.
|Statement||written by Andrew Gutelle ; illustrated by Susan Davis.|
|Contributions||Davis, Susan, 1948- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.G98217 Wh 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||94031877|
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Who Is Sleeping is a fun book that teaches young children about animals that hibernate in the winter. It is very informative. We loved the illustrations too. We've read it over and over.5/5(1). Who is Sleeping. is a small board book, about A5 in size, with both the cover and inner pages rounded in shape, which is great for young Who is sleeping?
book as they wont hurt themselves when looking at this book. The book is part of the Baby Walker range and is perfect for teaching kids about several different animals in /5. Who Is Sleeping. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
- Books are available in paperback editions and as reinforced library bin /5(5). About Who Is Sleeping. In a pair of bright lift-the-flap books full of animals, author-illustrator Petr Horácek gets little ones thinking with simple questions and easy concepts. Who is sleeping in the tree.
Who is sleeping under the leaf. What about in the river. Who Is Sleeping. This mini-book is organized around popular elementary themes.
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By Karen Sapp. Grades. PreK-K J. Genre. Non-Fiction Illustrations and rhyming text reveal various places in which animals such as chipmunks and bears sleep during the cold and snow of.
Who Is Sleeping. book. In a pair of bright lift-the-flap books full of animals, author-illustrator Petr Horácek gets little ones thinking with simple questions and easy concepts.
Who is sleeping in the tree. Who is sleeping under the leaf. What about in the river. Children can say good night to several animals before settling down for a slumber of their : Petr Horacek.
A colourful lift-the-flap guessing game perfect for sharing at bedtime. Who is sleeping in the river, under the leaf and in the tree. Lift the flaps to find out and discover a sleepy surprise at the end, in this colourful bedtime board book from acclaimed author/illustrator Petr : Petr Horacek.
Edgar Cayce (pronounced Kay-Cee, ) has been called the "sleeping prophet," the "father of holistic medicine," and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic "readings" to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived.
Illustrated by Petr Horacek. A colourful lift-the-flap guessing game perfect for sharing at bedtime. Who is sleeping in the river, under the leaf and in the tree.
Lift the flaps to find out and discover a sleepy surprise at the end, in this colourful bedtime board book from acclaimed author/illustrator Petr Horacek.
"Who is sleeping in the tree. Who is sleeping under the leaf. What about in the river. Children can lift the flaps to find the answers, and then say good night to several animals before settling down for a slumber of their own with this bright board book"--Publisher's description.
Who is sleeping in the river, under the leaf and in the tree. Lift the flaps to find out and discover a sleepy surprise at the end, in this colourful bedtime board book from acclaimed author/illustrator Petr Horacek.
"Who is sleeping in the tree. Who is sleeping under the leaf. What about in the river. Children can lift the flaps to find the answers, and then say good night to several animals before settling down for a slumber of their own with this bright board book."-- Publisher's description. Doctor Sleep is a horror novel by American writer Stephen King and the sequel to his novel The book reached the first position on The New York Times Best Seller list for print and ebook fiction (combined), hardcover fiction, and ebook fiction.
Doctor Sleep won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel. The novel was adapted into a film of the same name, which was Author: Stephen King. The book bears a sobering and vital message, too, about the centrality of sleep to the proper development of young minds.
Early school starting times – particularly in the US, where. Seuss's Sleep Book is a children's book by Dr. Seuss. This book begins with a small bug, named Van Vleck, yawning. This yawn spreads (as yawns are terribly contagious) and then the book follows various creatures, including the Foona Lagoona Baboona, the Collapsible Frink, the Chippendale Mupp, The Offt, and the Crandalls, as well as people, such as the residents of Castle of Krupp Author: Dr.
Seuss. The Whole Town’s Sleeping by Ray Bradbury THE COURTHOUSE CLOCK CHIMED SEVEN TIMES. The echoes of the chimes faded. Warm summer twilight here in upper Illinois country in this little town deep far away from everything, kept to itself by a river and a forest and a meadow and a lake.
The sidewalks still scorched. The stores closing and the streets. This Level D little reader is designed to support children at the emergent stage of literacy, and features the following characteristics: • One to two lines of text per page • High-support illustrations with close text-to-picture match • Repeated and recognizable high-frequency words • Challenging vocabulary words supported by picture and context clues• Varying sentence length.
Finding a Book When You've Forgotten Its Title by Gwen Glazer, CommunicationsNovem Check out selected results from NYPL Title Questheld August 2,as well as Title Quest This is an update of a previous post by Sharon Rickson.
It can be tough to remember the title and author of a book you read a long time ago Author: Gwen Glazer. Clear-eyed, fascinating, and accessible, Why We Sleep is a crucial and illuminating book.
Written with the precision of Atul Gawande, Andrew Solomon, and Sherwin Nuland, it is “recommended for night-table reading in the most pragmatic sense” (The New York Times Book Review).Released on: J. The novel opens on an overcast morning in mid-October.
It is thundering, foreboding rain. Philip Marlowe, a tough, cynical, yet honest private detective, is hired by the old, ailing General Sternwood to help him "take care of" Arthur Gwynn Geiger, a homosexual (possibly bisexual) pornographer who has been blackmailing the General with potentially scandalous pictures of the General's daughter Cited by: 3.Who Is Sleeping?
(Book): Horáček, Petr: "Who is sleeping in the tree? Who is sleeping under the leaf? What about in the river? Children can lift the flaps to find the answers, and then say good night to several animals before settling down for a slumber of their own with this bright board book."-- .This book originated more than thirty years ago with the first publication of The Sleep Disorders that Peter Hauri, PhD, wrote.
Dr. Hauri wrote this book in response to the growing recognition that although sleep disorders fell under the domain of primary care, most primary care physicians did not receive education on these disorders during their medical training.