Children will have sweet dreams and a good night with this lovely collection of bedtime stories from around the world.
When children ask for a bedtime story, parents can pull out this richly illustrated collection and find the perfect read-aloud—or something for experienced readers to enjoy on their own. More than 60 fairy tales and examples of folklore have been carefully chosen to include a variety of genres, cultures, and countries. They include “The Miser Baker,” from Scotland; “The Golden Child and the Silver Child,” from Mali; “The Monkey’s Tail,” from Brazil; “How the Light Came,” from the Inuit People; “The Nightingale and the Wonderful Eagle,” from Canada; “The Nine-Headed Bird,” from China; and “The Ungrateful Snake,” from Russia.
What Kind of Book is Good Night from All Over the World: Tales and Stories for Bedtime
Anna Lang, a Hungarian graphic designer and illustrator, has worked for advertising agencies, the National Theatre of Budapest, and the magazine Dragonfly. In 2013, she won a prize at the Hungarian Biennial of Graphic Design with her Shakespeare Poster Series. She currently works for 6.14 Creative Licensing Agency in Milan. She illustrated Play Yoga, Good Night Yoga, Good Morning Yoga, Coloring Atlas of the World, and Coloring Atlas of Animals.
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