Item description for Safely Through the Night by Elena Pasquali & Dubravka Kolanovic...
Overview When Emily grabs hold of a silver moonbeam, she is taken on a magical journey across the night sky where she finds a little angel and a big surprise!
Emily has settled down to sleep with her beloved Cinnamon Bear when a silver moonbeam comes tapping at the window. When Emily grabs hold, she is suddenly whisked away across miles of night sky until she finds a little angel and a big surprise Sparkly glitter makes the moonbeam shimmer throughout this enchanting bedtime tale.
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Studio: Lion UK
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.8" Width: 11.5" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher Lion UK
ISBN 0745960480 ISBN13 9780745960487
Availability 0 units.
More About Elena Pasquali & Dubravka Kolanovic
Eelena Pasqali is the author of The Three Trees and Prayers for Little Angels. Antonia Woodward is the illustrator of Bible Promises for Baby's Baptism.
Elena Pasquali has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Safely Through the Night?
Imaginative May 28, 2009
Reviewed by Cayden (age 4 ½) and Max (age 2 ½) Aures and Mom for Reader Views (5/09)
"Safely through the Night" is about a girl named Emily, her bear Cinnamon, and her quilt named Hug. In the night, they are awakened by a star-beam tapping on the window which Emily pulls in and tries to wind up. A gust of wind comes and Emily, the bear, and quilt are whisked away on a ride to the moon.
Cayden: "I liked the glitter things on every page that you could feel. I liked that they went on a ride on her quilt. That bear looked like he was going to fall sometimes though. I think he was scared. It was cool that they went up to the moon and talked to that angel."
Max: "I like feeling the pages too. She had a bear in her bed like I have a bear in my bed. I liked when they went through the forest."
Like my children, I enjoyed the glitter embellished pages in "Safely through the Night." The story itself was creative, but I had a hard time getting my children to focus on the words. They really couldn't seem to get fully into the book, their minds kept wandering. The book just didn't have the spark or pull to keep them engaged.