In a spare, lyrical text, young listeners and readers will follow a little boy through his day, from early morning till bedtime, and watch as what fills his active imagination becomes real. Toys grow to life-size- a tin monkey plays a real drum and fiddle--rat-a-tat, toot!--a stuffed lion roars--rumble, grumble--and a dump truck empties its load--BANG! But when quiet time comes, and a hush settles over his bedroom, animals nap, and the boy becomes absorbed in other activities, like reading and drawing. Here is an irresistible read-aloud by a picture-book master that captures all the joy of a child's play, and renders a boy's imagination real. Praise for And If the Moon Could Talk by Kate Banks- "With quiet phrases and luxurious color, Banks . . . evoke(s) a perfectly peaceful bedtime." --Publishers Weekly Praise for City Cat by Kate Banks- "If you have to pack a suitcase, . . . make room in it for this book." --The New York Times.

ISBN: 9781101940495
Author: Banks, Kate
Publication date: 14/05/2018
Format: Hardback
Pages: 40
Dimension: 285mm X 225mm