DescriptionNow available in a portable board book edition--perfect to take with you on an airplane The same team that brought you Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? and Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night? has created another high-flying bedtime story--this one for plane enthusiasts Have you ever wondered what little airplanes do when it's time for bed? Jumbo jets, biplanes, helicopters--even Air Force One --power down, wash up, and listen to stories with mommy and daddy planes beneath a blanket of stars, getting ready to fly to dreamland. Little airplane lovers will be tickled to see how bedtime is the same for their favorite flying vehicles as it is for them, as they come down to earth for sleepy time.
"Combining a quiet, nocturnal story with the ever popular subject of flying machines, this is a nifty bedtime book for budding aviators." --Kirkus Reviews
Price: $8.99 $8.27
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Published Date: September 18, 2018
Dimensions: 7.4 X 0.7 X 5.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the AuthorBRIANNA CAPLAN SAYRES is also the author of Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? and Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night?, both illustrated by Christian Slade. She lives with her husband and their two boys in Seattle. You can visit Brianna on the Web at briannacaplansayres.com and facebook.com/authorbrianna. CHRISTIAN SLADE's classic, distinctive art style can be found in picture books, novels, and magazines for children. He holds an MA in illustration from Syracuse University, as well as a BFA in drawing and animation from the University of Central Florida. He lives with his wife and two children in Florida. Visit him on the Web at christianslade.com.
"Combining a quiet, nocturnal story with the ever popular subject of flying machines, this is a nifty bedtime book for budding aviators." --Kirkus Reviews Praise for Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night? "The pictures in this book are amazing and the rhyming phrases that accompany them make this a super cute story." --Kiss the Book (a book review site for school librarians)