|aMy parents think I'm sleeping |cpoems by Jack Prelutsky ; pictures by Yossi Abolafia.
|aNew York, NY |bHarperCollins|cc2007.
|a46 p. |bcol. ill. |c23 cm.
|aI can read! 3, Reading alone
|tMy parents think I'm sleeping --|tTonight is impossibly noisy --|tClouds I watched this afternoon --|tNight is here --|tSpooky sort of shadow --|tWhat happens to the colors? --|tI have been in bed for hours --|tChocolate cake --|tRain --|tIt is so still --|tIf it was sunlight shining --|tWhen I'm very nearly sleeping --|tMillion candles --|tI'm awake! I'm awake!.
|aSixteen poems about children and bedtime.
|aChildren's poetry, American.
|aI can read book.
|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0616/2006019546.html|3Table of contents
|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0911/2006019546-b.html|3Contributor biographical information
From Children's Poet LaureateJack Prelutsky and illustrator Yossi Abolafia, My Parents Think I'm Sleeping is the perfect book to get young readers excited about bedtime.This Level 3 I Can Read book is a funny collection of poems about a boy who should be sleeping, but manages to find more than just storybooks and his model rocket kit to keep him awake.From reading under the covers to watching shadows dance on the wall, these fourteen funny and spooky nighttime poems show that a child's life begins at bedtime