WHO DREAMS OF CHEESE? by Leonard Weisgard
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WHO DREAMS OF CHEESE?

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This famous author illustrator has again produced a bit of breath-taking fantasy that in its hypnotic, dream like quality will charm children and parents alike. This is a book of dreams singing, flying dreams of the birds, sly, busy dreams of the fox, floating, spinning dreams of the fish, and all sorts of ""noisy dreams, quiet dreams, dark dreams and light dreams, color dreams and gray dreams"". The text flows in a soft, sleepy rhythm touching dreams of animals and children and even the chesses dreams of mice. The full page illustration in color and brown and sepia have caught the misty and enchanted world of childrens dreams. Cloth bound, and charmingly designed, this is a stunning book. The riddle aspect of the text and the answers found in pictures will hold the child spellbound.

Pub Date: Feb. 20th, 1950
Publisher: Scribner