As a whole, the book ably carries readers past many flying friends and lands with ease in a safe nest. Nestling her young child in for the night, a mother shares in rhyme the many ways birds bed down to sleep. The text and the images work well together, balancing the mood of quiet comfort with avian description. Although it has clear application as a bedtime book, there is also a nature book hovering in the wings. In the song, Smith meets a donkey on the road.
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Now available in a board book edition, this lyrical bedtime book is an ode to baby birds everywhere and to sleepy children, safe in their beds. As a mother describes how different species of birds nest, secure and cozy with their mama birds, she tucks her own child into bed with the soothing refrain -- "you nest here with me" -- easing her little one and readers alike to slumber. Accompanied by beautiful artwork by award-winning illustrator Melissa Sweet, mother and daughter Jane Yolen and Heidi Stemple have combined their poetry writing and love of birding in this board book that is sure to become a bedtime classic. Jane Yolen.