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By Margaret Wise Brown

Evening is coming and small issues with out phrases are going to sleep . . . sleepy bunnies, sleepy birds, and sleepy teenagers, too, are becoming below their covers. "Jean Charlot's illustrations are first-rate." —NYT. Barbara Bader known as this 1943 ebook, now restored to its unique dimension and layout, "the first of the genuine bedtime books."

1944 Caldecott Honor Book

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