This Book Will Get You to Sleep! (Hardcover)

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This Book Will Get You to Sleep! (Hardcover)

By Jory John, Olivier Tallec (Illustrator)


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ATTENTION, READER: This book is going to MAKE YOU TIRED! It will CALM YOU DOWN! Yes, this book WILL PUT YOU TO SLEEP! How? Easy.

There are monster trucks dashing across the pages. There are sheep being chased by dragons. There are electric guitars wailing throughout. Plus so MUCH MORE! Yep. All the typical stuff that makes you sleepy. So ... are you asleep yet? No? Hmm ... let’s try something else ...

For little ones reluctant to say good night, this laugh-out-loud story from beloved author Jory John and internationally acclaimed illustrator Olivier Tallec will guide them through different methods of falling asleep—until they might just get tired after all.

Jory John is a #1 New York Times–bestselling author of books for both children and adults. His work includes the New York Times–bestselling picture books The Good Egg and The Bad Seed; the award-winning Bear & Duck series; the popular picture books Something’s Wrong!, Penguin Problems, and Giraffe Problems; and the New York Times–bestselling The Terrible Two series. He lives in Portland, Oregon. Learn more on his website!

Olivier Tallec is a children’s book illustrator and graduate of the École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués in Paris. He has illustrated more than 150 books for children, including This Book Will Get You to Sleep, Who Done It, I Always Wanted One, and It’s MY Tree, which he also wrote. He lives in France.
Product Details ISBN: 9780374311308
ISBN-10: 0374311307
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Publication Date: March 15th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
“Tallec’s free-wheeling style shines as distraction upon distraction piles up on the book’s high-energy double-page spreads. John’s chatty narration and signature dry humor . . . propel the story with frenetic fun. Young audiences won’t hesitate to join in.” —Kirkus Reviews