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A boy who has torn holes in his cloth of dreams experiences nightmares at his grandmother's house and must find his own courage in order to help...
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A boy who has torn holes in his cloth of dreams experiences nightmares at his grandmother's house and must find his own courage in order to help her mend the cloth.
Posted October 9, 2004
This narrative uses language suitable for children in kindergarten - 2nd grade. The main character is a little boy. In the book, he feels protected by a blanket that his grandmother had made for him. The blanket would protect him until he could overcome his fears. One day the boy tears the blanket and must ask his grandmother to fix it. But all of his fears turn into obstacles when he must retrieve the items his grandmother needs to fix the blanket. Many children can relate to this book because they too have a blanket that they sleep with that makes them feel safe.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.