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By Margaret Wise Brown

Evening is coming and small issues with no phrases are going to sleep . . . sleepy bunnies, sleepy birds, and sleepy childrens, too, have become lower than their covers. "Jean Charlot's illustrations are first-rate." —NYT. Barbara Bader referred to as this 1943 booklet, now restored to its unique dimension and structure, "the first of the real bedtime books."

1944 Caldecott Honor Book

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With a start. " "Well, Stubbins," he said, "I got some news today. I told you I had been hoping to get Long Arrow, the Indian naturalist, to help me grow these moon-seeds we brought back. " "Oh, yes, Doctor, of course. And I remember very well that years ago he got lost; and you tried to find out exactly whereabouts he was at that time. It was Miranda, the purple bird-of-paradise, who brought you the message. " "That's right, Stubbins. I got another message from Miranda. And well history has repeated itself, as they life — again : I — — — ;ay.

Our children have always been such good fliers. But this lot! They could barely fly to eat the seed — — over a barn. They're as fat as turkeys. Stuffing their faces, instead of hunting their food. Between meals they sleep . 15 . " Doctor Dolittle and the Secret Lake 16 all — " day . . waiting for the Doctor to The mother chaffinch was on — the edge of tears, I could So before she started weeping, I quickly interrupted her. " I asked. "Oh, I couldn't," she said quickly. "The Doctor has always been so kind.

Was certainly blue "Very "Those note-books are them without wasting any time, first thing, tomorrow. " "That's the plan, young feller," said the parrot. "I won't come in on the business unless he gets difficult. You try him out by yourself first. Let me know how you get on. " "Same 'ere, young man," sighed Cheapside sleepily. "We got to pull the old Doc out of this some'ow. Never saw true, Polynesia," I agreed. important. " And we all with that, our went little committee-meeting broke up and to bed.

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