Pillow of Dreams

Peter Jan Honigsberg
Illustrated by Tony Morse

Just looking at Margaret Bunny's magic pillow makes anyone sleepy. And if you put your head on the pillow, fabulous dreams are guaranteed. But when Newberry Mole steals the pillow, his dreams become nightmares.

After realizing that Margaret's pillow will not work its magic for him, he returns it to its owner. Newberry discovers that dreams are much better with his very own pillow.

Tony Morse, a professional illustrator who had done diverse work for many clients, illustrated the nonfiction children's books Discover Dinosaurs and When Dinosaurs Roamed.


"Cute and cuddly. Morse can't lose with furry animals in bright, funny outfits."
~Oakland Tribune


32 pages, 8-3/8" x 10-1/4", full-color dust jacket, 21 full-color illustrations, 1999. Published by RDR Books.
ISBN 1-57143-076-8 hardcover picture book

$17.95

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Pillow of Dreams by Peter Jan Honigsberg and Tony Morse inside image
               


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