What better way to encourage a little one to sleep than with a soothing rhyme and image after image of sleeping animals! This gentle picture book introduces the sleeping habits of many animals—from puppies to whales—and compares them to the sometimes-unusual habits of human babies. In backpacks, on knees, in cradles or trees, sweet babies can sleep anywhere!
About the Author
Lisa Wheeler is the author of several award-winning picture books, including Sixteen Cows and One Dark Night, as well as Mammoths on the Move, which received a Parents’ Choice Recommended Award. She is also the author of Abrams Appleseed’s Babies Can Sleep Anywhere. Lisa lives near Detroit.
Carolina Búzio was born in Portugal and lives in Berlin, where she works as an animator and illustrator.
"Búzio's palette is strong in mint, lemon, salmon, and red, lending a retro feel to her illustrations... animals described by salient features and babies with just line eyes, noses, and mouths, their cheeks tinged with pink scribbles."
"The tone is light and playful, and the one or two lines of text on most pages make this a perfect read-aloud selection. An excellent first purchase for baby and toddler storytimes."
— School Library Journal