Leave your sleep : a collection of classic children's poetry
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New York : Frances Foster Books, 2012.
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Book
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1st ed.
Physical Desc
48 pages : col. ill. ; 29 cm. + 1 CD (4 3/4 in.)
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Main Childrens - J
808.81992 Lea
Southside Childrens Audiobooks E
808.81992 Lea
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English
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9780374343682 (hc), 0374343683 (hc)

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This collection of classic children's poetry, adapted to music by Natalie Merchant, opens the door to a wondrous world filled with witches and fearless girls, blind men and elephants, giants and sailors and dancing bears. Leave Your Sleep features a daring and delightful selection, ranging from the beloved (e.e. cummings, Edward Lear, and Jack Prelutsky) to the undiscovered (the young Nathalia Crane). Natalie Merchant's brilliant musical renderings, selected from her highly praised album, share the stage with Barbara McClintock's richly imagined art to create a memorable reading, looking, and listening experience.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Merchant, N., & McClintock, B. (2012). Leave your sleep: a collection of classic children's poetry. New York: Frances Foster Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Merchant, Natalie and Barbara, McClintock. 2012. Leave Your Sleep: A Collection of Classic Children's Poetry. New York: Frances Foster Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Merchant, Natalie and Barbara, McClintock, Leave Your Sleep: A Collection of Classic Children's Poetry. New York: Frances Foster Books, 2012.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Merchant, Natalie., and Barbara McClintock. Leave Your Sleep: A Collection of Classic Children's Poetry. New York: Frances Foster Books, 2012. Print.

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