When Baby Animals Are Tired (Small-Format Edition)
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- A beautiful board book full of atmosphere that helps toddlers wind down after an exciting day and fall asleep more easily.
24 pp 12 months + 16 x 16 cm EUR 6.99 January 2020 Board Book 978-3-473-31789-9 • With glitter foil and title punching.
ContentEveryone has to go to sleep at some point, even baby animals. Watching baby animals fall asleep, snuggled against each other peacefully, makes it easier for toddlers to go to sleep themselves. This beautiful board book full of atmosphere contains brief, rhymed texts and ties in perfectly with a soothing, loving evening ritual.
About the Seriesministeps are made especially for very young children gaining their first experiences with books and toys. The products in the ministeps® program are uniquely designed to correspond to the physical, mental and emotional abilities of babies and very young children, ranging in age from infants to 36 months.
The AuthorSabine Cuno was an editor for a large children's book publisher, and later organized children's workshops and worked as a freelance editor. She has published diverse articles and has been working with Ravensburger on many projects. She is motivated by continual direct contact with children, including her own.
The IllustratorAna Weller was born in 1973 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has been drawing and painting since she was a child. In order to make a profession of her hobby, she studied graphic design in Mainz, Germany. "Children and adults should have just as much fun looking at my books as I have creating them."
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