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Books with title Rock-A-bye Babies

  • Rock-a-bye Baby

    Jane Cabrera

    Hardcover (Holiday House, Sept. 5, 2017)
    All around an old oak tree, baby animals are being put to bed in this sweet reimaginaing of a classic nursery rhyme. Rock-a-bye Squirrel, high in the tree, in Mommy's arms, cozy as can be. The familiar lullaby takes on a new life in Jane Cabrera's cozy rendition. In the branches and beneath the roots, tucked into nooks and nests, different animals, large and small, are getting ready for bed. The baby bat nestles with its mother, the bunny burrows in safe and warm—even a cheerful, fuzzy spider settles on its sparkling web. At the end, a human father and his baby watch the tree from a distance, joining in on the sleepy song. With clever new lyrics and bright, sweet illustrations of all kinds of animals, this is an irresistable addition to Jane Cabrera's library of refreshed nursery rhymes. . . and perfect to share with little ones you love.
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  • Rock-A-Bye Baby

    Danny Adlerman, Kim Adlerman

    Hardcover (Charlesbridge Publishing, Feb. 1, 2004)
    An extended version of the familiar lullaby that takes baby through hills and valleys until he finds sleep in his mother's arms.
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  • Rock-A-bye Babies

    Carol Nicklaus

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, March 15, 1994)
    Illustrated in full color. Tune in to "Rock-a-Bye, Baby," "This Little Piggy," "It's Raining, It's Pouring," and "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary"--all with a smashing Sesame Street twist.
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  • Rock-a-Bye Baby

    Melissa Everett, Carrie Wendel

    Hardcover (Flowerpot Press, Feb. 1, 2013)
    In this expanded version of the classic children's rhyme, follow along as the cradle falls into a wonderful world of imagination, on its way to dreamland. Flying past trees and stars and seas, take your baby on an adventure before he or she drifts off to sleep.
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  • Rock-a-Bye Baby

    Jeanette Winter

    Board book (HMH Books for Young Readers, Aug. 16, 1999)
    For hundreds of years, these two nursery rhymes have delighted children. Now Jeanette Winter’s warm, evocative illustrations make these classics as delightful to look at as they are to share with little ones, who will be eager to hear--and to see--them again and again.
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  • Rock-a-bye Baby

    John Kanzler

    Board book (Tiger Tales, March 1, 2011)
    Baby bear loves to rock in his cradle. As he dozes, something magical happens! This classic lullaby, whimsically illustrated in soft watercolors, will help little ones drift off to sleep. The cover is enhanced with a flocked bear and gold foil-stamped stars! The soft padded covers, rounded corners and sturdy board pages make this title a perfect fit for preschoolers!
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  • Rock-a-Bye, Baby

    Melissa Everett

    Board book (Flowerpot Press, March 15, 2013)
    Rock-a-bye, baby, on the treetrop, when the wind blows, the cradle will rock... Whimsical & sweet, this light-hearted version of the classic children's favorite makes a great story for tuck-in-time. Large hard cover board book. Also in same series Pat-a-Cake.
  • Rock-A-Bye Baby

    Danny Adlerman, Kim Adlerman

    Hardcover (Charlesbridge Pub Inc, Feb. 1, 2004)
    An extended version of the familiar lullaby that takes baby through hills and valleys until he finds sleep in his mother's arms.
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  • Rock-a-Bye Romp

    Linda Ashman, Simona Mulazzani

    Hardcover (Nancy Paulsen Books, Jan. 19, 2016)
    Turning a beloved lullaby on its head, this wonderful read-aloud pairs playful text and enchanting paintings to create a rollicking escapade with a clever premise and a cozy conclusion. “Rock-a-bye, Baby, in the treetop. How did you ever get so high up?” That’s a good question—and this delightful book weaves a gentle fantasy around the baby who finds himself in that very predicament! A marvelous adventure ensues, taking Baby from the tree branches to a farm full of animals to a ride down the river, and finally on a flight through the night sky into the safety of Mama’s arms.
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  • Rock-a-bye Baby

    anne thornburg with deborah colvin borgo

    Hardcover (Five Mile Press, )
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  • Rock-a-Bye Room

    Susan Meyers, Amy June Bates

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Oct. 1, 2013)
    Rock-a-bye, little one, bedtime is soon. Rocking horse waits in your rock-a-bye room. A mother soothes her daughter before bed as they say good night to all the things in her room―a rocking horse, dolls, blocks, and even the pictures on the wall―until it’s time to share a story and a kiss good night. With lulling rhymes and lush watercolors, Rock-a-Bye Room is a homespun love song from a mother to child with a dreamy, rockabilly twist. This tender lullaby will be the perfect complement to any child’s nighttime ritual. Praise for Rock-a-Bye Room "Rich watercolors add to the dreamy feel of Susan Meyers's Rock-a-Bye Room, in which a guitar-strumming mom helps her daughter tuck everything in her room in for the night. You'll find yourself sing-reading this to the tune of your favorite lullaby." ―RedBook "As gentle a rocking rock-a-bye as anyone’s likely to find this side of the moon." ―Kirkus Reviews "Bates captures the mother’s tenderness in every expression. This dreamy and comforting story will make a sweet addition to bedtime-story collections." ―School Library Journal
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  • Rock-a-bye Baby

    Jane Romer

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, April 19, 1990)
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