When it's time to sleep, it's nice to know there's a place that's safe. In a cozy house, in a comfy bed, under a blanket that's white and red under stars so bright they light up the night in your own little piece of the universe.
About the Author
Margaret Chodos-Irvine (www.chodos-irvine.com/index.cfm) is the illustrator of several books for children, including Buzz, an ABA Pick of the Lists and a Los Angeles Times Book Review Best Book of the Year, and her own Caldecott Honor Book Ella Sara Gets Dressed. She lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband and two daughters.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A quiet little rhyming story, with the rhythm of This is the House That Jack Built that explains a boy¿s spot in the big universe as the boy prepares for bed.¿This is my country, with highlands and plains, with farmlands and cities and highways and trains.It sits on my continent, far and wide, which kisses an ocean on either side, on half the Earth, which circles the sun, which hides its face when the day is done, while stars glow bright and light up the night.¿