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Turtle has a problem: He can’t go to sleep! His friends try to help him out: Bat makes him a cup of hot milk. Bird sings a song. Bat gives him a pacifier and Deer thinks Turtle needs to be cradled. Nothing works.
Turtle knows what would help him: to be driven around. But none of the animals have a car. Then Deer comes up with a cunning plan…
Hush, Little Turtle is reminiscent of Rinck’s and Van der Linden’s I Feel a Foot.
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 4 Years|
About the Author
Maranke Rinck studied music and dance. She graduated in Interactive Skills and now teaches people who are going to be teachers and writes stories.
Martijn van der Linden (1979) graduated from the Willem de Kooning Acadamy in 2001, specializing in illustration. One of the most promising young picture book artists in the Netherlands, Martijn amazes time after time by constantly varying his style, from scraperboard technique to naturalistic paintings.
With Lemniscaat, Maranck Rinck and Martijn van der Linden published The Prince Child, The Sweetest Kiss and I Feel a Foot.
Read an Excerpt
Turtle turns over. Again. And again, and again, and again. "Oh, great," he sighs after a while. " Now I'm all tangled up."
Bat wakes up. "Tangled up""
"That happens to me too sometimes," yawns Octopus.
Billy Goat untangles Turtle. "Why can't you sleep?"
"Because I'm tossing and turning," says Turtle.