Books by David Jorgensen

WIND SAYS GOOD NIGHT by Katy Rydell
BEDTIME BOOK
Released: March 1, 1994

"Goodnight Moon is out of season or has been outgrown. (Picture book. 2-8)"
In a cumulative summer-night story, the wind asks the moon to stop shining ``so Moth will stop dancing/so Frog will stop strumming/so Cricket will stop playing/so Mockingbird will stop singing/so the child can go to sleep.'' A cooperative cloud helps set the events in motion; at the end, only the wind is heard whispering ``Good night.'' The quiet text finds an enchanted, moon- washed setting in illustrations rendered in evanescent pastels over charcoal and white, with whimsical portrayals of cheerful fireflies sturdily lugging their lanterns, an Ichabod Crane of a cricket in top hat and oversized glasses, a heavy-lidded frog plunking his upright bass, and a snail hurrying as best it can. Read full book review >
THE VELVETEEN RABBIT by Margery Williams
CHILDREN'S

"This app isn't reimagined or restored, it's simply recycled. (iPad storybook app. 3-10)"
It would be almost impossible to ruin Margery Williams' heartbreaking story of a toy rabbit who wants to be "Real" and is loved so much by a little boy that "all the pink rubbed off his nose where the Boy had kissed him." Read full book review >