A cautionary tale about the consequences of that most contagious of conditions: yawning.
An omniscient narrator warns readers about the perils of yawning (yawns can lead to bedtime), so cautions against listening to lullabies or bedtime stories, or catching others in the process of yawning. But even a book about not yawning is likely to lead to the inevitable... The lists of perils and tonics are comically portrayed with the deceptively childlike drawings of Serge Bloch. A droll and infectious confection.
See More Picture storybooks
Helene Boudreau is a native of Canada and has had several popular books for children published there. She lives in Markham, Ontario, Canada. Visit her website at www.heleneboudreau.com or tweet @helenboudreau
Serge Bloch is one of the most prolific and talented French illustrators working today. He has won the Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators, th
Serge Bloch's work as an editorial illustrator appears regularly in The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, The New York Times and Los Angeles Times, as well as Time and New York Magazine. Serge Bloch is one of the outstanding illustrators of his generation.More about Serge Bloch