A Dormir, Daisy (Hardcover)

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A Dormir, Daisy By Dianne Bates, Davilyn Lynch (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Dianne Bates, Davilyn Lynch (Illustrator)


Una entra able historia sobre una ni a que no puede dormir, ni siquiera cuando pap y mam hacen todo lo posible para ayudarla. Para dormilones de 4 a os en adelante. Daisy no puede dormir Mam le lee un cuento y pap le canta una canci n de cuna, pero nada funciona. Mam la anima a Daisy a pensar en algo lindo, as seguro se quedar dormida. Funcionar ?

About the Author

Author of 130+ books, mostly for young people, Australian Dianne (Di) Bates is a full-time freelance writer. Di has worked as a newspaper and magazine editor and manuscript assessor. She is a recipient of The Lady Cutler Award for distinguished services to children's Literature.Davilyn Lynch was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, where she would spend most days drawing, escaping into a world of creativity and wonder. She grew up in an inspiring household surrounded by her father's abstract canvasses on every wall. After the distractions of life, it wasn't until her first child came along that she rediscovered her love of drawing and decided to make it a major part of her life. With the help and support of her husband and close friends she was able to make her dream a reality and became a children's book illustrator. Being born biracial, (Filipino and Caucasian) Davilyn grew up in a community that was predominantly white and suffered discrimination due to others seeing her as 'different'. Davilyn wants to make sure she sends a positive message to young readers through her character illustrations that diversity among children and families is completely normal. Davilyn is self-taught, letting her passion and creativity be her guide in the picture books she works on.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781605378077
ISBN-10: 1605378070
Publisher: Clavis
Publication Date: October 4th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: Spanish