Journey to the enchanted garden of Shut-Eye Town to discover "The Sugar-Plum Tree" and sail away in a wooden shoe into a sea of dew with "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod." Fern Bisel Peat’s Art Deco–style illustrations are a delightful complement to Eugene Field's verses, and an accompanying CD ... read more
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Journey to the enchanted garden of Shut-Eye Town to discover "The Sugar-Plum Tree" and sail away in a wooden shoe into a sea of dew with "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod." Fern Bisel Peat’s Art Deco–style illustrations are a delightful complement to Eugene Field's verses, and an accompanying CD includes readings of all eight poems.
Reprint of the Saalfield Publishing Company, Ohio and New York, 1930 edition.
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