"While the lullabies seem a bit overproduced for bedtime, they and the story each also stand well alone. (Picture book. 3-7)"
A pretty nighttime book in simple words: "Night loves the prairies," it begins, rhyming gently over beautiful textured paintings of darkling grasses, skies fading to rust and gold, birds in the sky.
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