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Library : Book Reviews > Dr Seuss's Sleep Book

Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book
y Dr. Seuss

Review by: Angela Vargas

      What a story!  One that will definitely NOT put you to sleep!  This story covers all aspects of sleep and then some.  It starts out with a spoof on yawning; how it starts with the yawn of one tiny bug and spreads through the land, sending everyone to bed.  The Biffer-Baum birds begin building their nest as the Herk-Heimer Sisters start their tooth brushing session.  The milkman stopped delivering, taking no midnight calls, and the stilt-walkers and Hinkle-Horn Honkers have hung up their things.  Every where creatures are falling asleep and the numbers are growing as the Collapsible Frink,  collapsed in a heap.  There are sleep-talkers and walkers and snorers galore and the loudest of all snores in a three gallon pail!  They are asleep in all kinds of beds, even the worst ones of all at the Zwieback Motel.  They have their alarms set; those that go tock-tick and also those that only work if they are bit!  They dream as they sleep on the steps and on floors.  I guess we should check the Who's Asleep Score.  " When you put out your light, then the number will be ninety-nine zillion nine trillion and three!  Good Night."
      What an enchanting story, so typical of Seuss.  It is a little lengthy, so I would recommend this for 4-6 year olds.

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