A child’s bedtime ritual follows the imaginary journey of the Goodnight Train’s trip to the dreamland station. On board pages.
<b>June Sobel</b> is the talented author of <i>The Goodnight Train</i> and <i>The Goodnight Train Rolls On</i>, illustrated by Laura Huliska-Beith; <i>Tow Truck Joe </i>illustrated by Patrick Corrigan; <i>B Is for Bulldozer: A Construction ABC</i>, illustrated by Melissa Iwai; and <i>Shiver Me Letters: A Pirate ABC, </i> illustrated by Henry Cole. She lives in Westlake Village, California. www.junesobel.com.
Laura Huliska-Beith is an illustrator living in Kansas City, MO. with her husband and their two small dogs. Every morning she climbs the pizza-shaped stairs to her attic studio where she tries to create engaging images that help tell stories and connect with children of all ages.
You can usually find one of her dogs, Sigmund, on the back of her chair while she’s working, while Charlotte, the other dog, works on her own projects in another corner of the room.
When not in the studio, Laura can be found visiting schools and talking about the creative process with students, drinking coffee with her husband and good friends, or walking with Sigmund and Charlotte in the neighborhood.