Stars Beneath Your Bed

The Surprising Story of Dust

By April Pulley Sayre; Ann Jonas (Illustrator); April Pulley Sayre (Illustrator)
(Greenwillow Books, Hardcover, 9780060571887, 1pp.)

Publication Date: March 2005

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Description

What is dust?
More than you think.

What can it do?
You will be surprised.

Dust may seem small,
dark, dirty, and dull.
But it's the secret
behind one of the
largest, most colorful
sights on earth.




About the Author
Seeing a frog's face can make April Pulley Sayre's day,

Seeing a frog's face can make April Pulley Sayre's day, so it is no wonder she chose to write about hoppiness. The aso it is no wonder she chose to write about hoppiness. The author almost dedicated her life to studying lemurs in Madagauthor almost dedicated her life to studying lemurs in Madagascar. Instead, she became an award-winning author of numerouscar. Instead, she became an award-winning author of numerous books about science and natural history for children, incls books about science and natural history for children, including "Dig, Wait, Listen", illustrated by Barbara Bash, and uding "Dig, Wait, Listen", illustrated by Barbara Bash, and "Stars Beneath Your Bed", illustrated by Ann Jonas. The auth"Stars Beneath Your Bed", illustrated by Ann Jonas. The author travels the world doing research for her books, but she lor travels the world doing research for her books, but she lives in South Bend, Indiana. ives in South Bend, Indiana.



Ann Jonas has written and illustrated many popular books for children, including Color Dance, Reflections, and Round Trip, which was an ALA Notable Book and a "New York Times" Best Illustrated Book. She is a graduate of Cooper Union and has worked as a graphic designer for many years with her husband, Donald Crews. They live in upstate New York.

Seeing a frog's face can make April Pulley Sayre's day,

Seeing a frog's face can make April Pulley Sayre's day, so it is no wonder she chose to write about hoppiness. The aso it is no wonder she chose to write about hoppiness. The author almost dedicated her life to studying lemurs in Madagauthor almost dedicated her life to studying lemurs in Madagascar. Instead, she became an award-winning author of numerouscar. Instead, she became an award-winning author of numerous books about science and natural history for children, incls books about science and natural history for children, including "Dig, Wait, Listen", illustrated by Barbara Bash, and uding "Dig, Wait, Listen", illustrated by Barbara Bash, and "Stars Beneath Your Bed", illustrated by Ann Jonas. The auth"Stars Beneath Your Bed", illustrated by Ann Jonas. The author travels the world doing research for her books, but she lor travels the world doing research for her books, but she lives in South Bend, Indiana. ives in South Bend, Indiana.

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