Mother Goose's Pajama Party (Hardcover)

By Danna Smith, Virginia Allyn (Illustrator)

Doubleday Books for Young Readers, 9780553497564, 40pp.

Publication Date: October 27, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Library Binding (10/27/2015)

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

Star light, star bright, come to story time tonight.
 
You’re invited to a magical pajama party with all your nursery rhyme friends! Join Little Bo-Peep, Georgie Porgie, Miss Muffet, the cow that jumped over the moon, and all their pals as they march merrily toward Mother Goose’s house for a cozy slumber party full of stories. And after they are all tucked in, continue to the back of the book and find a special section with your favorite nursery rhymes.

"Children will be eager to attend this magical slumber party."—School Library Journal

"Allyn’s digitally created illustrations have the warmth of acrylic paintings, and she gives her ethnically diverse young cast round faces, gleaming eyes, and fuzzy heads of hair. The atmosphere is definitely slumber party cozy, especially after the children settle down to hear Mother Goose read stories from her 'famous book.'"—Publishers Weekly


About the Author

DANNA SMITH is the author of the picture books Mother Goose's Pajama Party, The Hawk of the Castle, and Swalllow the Leader. Born in Salt Lake City, Danna is currently a full-time writer and dreamer living in Northern California with her husband, their two grown children, and their cocker spaniel, Peanut. Learn more about her books at dannasmithbooks.com.

VIRGINIA ALLYN works above a chocolate shop in New Hampshire. She is the illustrator of Mother Goose's Pajama PartyNight Night, Train, and Night Night, Farm. See more of her work online at virginiaallyn.com.


Praise For Mother Goose's Pajama Party

"Children will be eager to attend this magical slumber party."—School Library Journal

"Allyn’s digitally created illustrations have the warmth of acrylic paintings, and she gives her ethnically diverse young cast round faces, gleaming eyes, and fuzzy heads of hair. The atmosphere is definitely slumber party cozy, especially after the children settle down to hear Mother Goose read stories from her 'famous book.'"—Publishers Weekly