Who would imagine all the night sounds that sing together in one small house on a hill? While the northern lights dance and all of nature seems to join in, one little boy hears everything. The whole h
Who would imagine all the night sounds that sing together in one small house on a hill?
While the northern lights dance and all of nature seems to join in, one little boy hears everything. The whole house rocks to the beat, but even the most restless child cannot resist such hypnotic music, and soon his dreams are dancing along.
All on a Sleepy Night is as soothing and warm as a down-filled comforter.
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writes books for children and poetry for adults. She is also a storyteller, a lecturer and a librarian. Several of her articles about teaching and writing have appeared in professional journals. In 2005, she was honoured by being one of eight authors invited to the White House for the Easter Egg Roll.
Multi-talented Sylvie Daigneault studied painting at Montreal's Les Ecoles des Beaux Arts and was also a principal dancer of Le Groupe de la Nouvelle Aire. Her lyrical imagery beautifully combines the elegance of her drawing and dance disciplines. Along with her husband and fellow illustrator Doug Panton, Sylvie settled in Toronto to build her illustration career. Her work, exclusively rendered in colored pencils, has been published numerous times in several countries. Her clients include the Royal Canadian Mint, The National Ballet of Canada, and the MTA in NYC. In addition to seeing her work in print, Sylvie is presently working toward showing in fine art galleries.