Alla ska sova (Swedish)

    Alla ska sova (Swedish)

    Type:Picture Book
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Marit Törnqvist
    Publisher:Rabén & Sjögren

    When the sky is pink and dusk settles over the treetops, it's time to sleep. Or? Join us on a magical walk in the Swedish summer evening, to the cowshed, to the lambs and to other small animals that would rather play than sleep. Only when dusk turns to night, everyone seems to rest, and falls asleep. Even lazy cat.Alla ska sova is Astrid Lindgren's classic lullaby, best known from the films about Bullerbyn. A beautiful show about slowly coming to peace. The pictures are created by Marit Törnqvist, who has worked with Astrid Lindgren's texts for 30 years. They are inspired by the Swedish nature, the summer light and the feeling of being a small part of a big universe.

    Book Everyone should sleep (in Swedish)

    Book Everyone should sleep (in Swedish)

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