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Children's LiteraturePeople sleep in a variety of beds and the type of bed changes as they grow older. A baby may start sleeping in a bassinet, backboard, or crib. As the child gets older he or she may move to a single or bunk bed. Couples often sleep in a larger bed. This book starts by asking readers if baboons, horses, polar bears, bees, or dogs sleep in beds. The answers provide some information about sleeping habits: horses sleep standing up, baboons sleep in trees. In addition to the expected places where people sleep, a few different types of beds—futons, hammocks, sleeping bags—are introduced. An interesting look at animals and people and the places and ways that they sleep. Part of the "Early Experiences" series. 2006, Blue Apple Books/Handprint Books, and Ages 1 to 3.