Poor Groundhog just can't sleep. He tosses. He turns. Finally, he gets out of bed and goes exploring. Outside his burrow he finds amazing sights he has never seen before: glowing jack-o'-lanterns, gobbling turkeys, and sparkling holiday lights. But shouldn't Groundhog be in bed? With no sleep how will he be able to get up for his big day?
|Product dimensions:||5.56(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Judy Cox was born in San Francisco. She is the oldest of five children and enjoyed telling stories from an early age. She is a reading teacher at a small rural school and is inspired to write children's books by her own love of good literature, by raising her son, and by teaching her students.
Paul Meisel has illustrated many popular books for children, including Trick or Treat? by Bill Martin Jr.; How to Talk to Your Cat by Jean Craighead George; and A Cake All for Me! by Karen Beil. On February 2 he is looking out for Connecticut groundhogs.
Susie Berneis is a versatile voice over artist with numerous narration credits to her name. She has an ear for dialect and a love for the process of developing characters, cultivated in her 20-plus years of experience as a community and regional stage actress. Based in Ann Arbor, (home of the University of Michigan, where she received her BA in English and Theatre) Susie now takes great joy in playing all the characters she encounters in her narration.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a good book to read to your class on Groundhog Day. It is a funny story about a grounghog that cannot go to sleep but finally does! Very cute book!
When Groundhog has difficulty sleeping one year, he continually stumbles into strange new seasons and the holiday characters that each holds dear. A cute story that teaches about holidays, Go To Sleep, Groundhog is a cute story by Judy Cox. The illustrations by Paul Meisel are well executed and add to the whimsy of the story. I recommend this story for parents and elementary or kindergarten teachers.