A Whale Who Dreamt of a Snail

A Whale Who Dreamt of a Snail

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Written by William Heimbach Illustrated by Angela Tolentino

“When I was little, I had a dream.” When you go to bed at night, what do you dream about? What do you think animals dream about? If we dream about a whale in the ocean, then what does the whale dream about? A snail in the desert, perhaps, or a hummingbird in the rainforest? What if animals dream about us?
 
As you and your child explore the diversity of animals and environments in the world, you will become inspired to think about your dreams and how we are all connected. The poetic quality of the story and the vivid illustrations make this the perfect book to read before bedtime.

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“This story inspires us to think about our dreams while playfully showing kids the diversity of animals and environments in the world. If we dream about a whale, what does the whale dream about (perhaps a snail,) and then what? How are we all connected? The poetic quality of the story and the vivid illustration style makes for the perfect book to read before bedtime.” - Goodreads

“This book is a bedtime treasure! I got it last week and it has become my grandson's favorite goodnight story. The illustrations are simply beautiful and captivate old and young alike. The lyrical story engages the imagination and leads to sweet discourse about our dreams. I will be purchasing this book for all the new parents on my list for their bedtime collections.” - Amazon Customer