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Ocean Babies Library Binding – May 1, 2005
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Her lullaby book, Someone's Sleepy, gently celebrates a young child's nightly ritual, from bathtime to hearing a bedtime story to snuggling with favorite stuffed animals to sweet dreams. The book is also a lullaby song with music by Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Tom Chapin.
Jimmy the Joey, Deborah's animal conservation book, is the true story of the amazing rescue of an orphaned baby koala in Australia. Deborah is former Director of Communications for Lindsay Wildlife Museum, which includes the first wildlife rehabilitation hospital established in the U.S.
Deborah's ocean alphabet book, Into the A,B,Sea, was named to the New York Public Library 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing and has sold a quarter million copies. The Twelve Days of Kindergarten and The Twelve Days of Winter have both won the NAPPA Gold Award. An internationally published, award-winning children's author, Deborah weaves themes of nature, family and school in her books.
"I rocked my children to sleep many times. That gentle rocking rhythm became the verses of Someone's Sleepy...The Twelve Days of Kindergarten was inspired by my son's first day of kindergarten. When he came home from school, he couldn't stop telling me all the wondrous things his new teacher had given him. Those classroom gifts--and many others that followed--inspired me to write The Twelve Days of Kindergarten, The Twelve Days of Winter and The Twelve Days of Springtime. The Spelling Bee Before Recess grew from my memories of LOSING the school spelling bee, and from my kids adventures in their own school bees many years later."
Deborah grew up in Philadelphia and graduated from Cornell University. She helped create and directs communications for the national STEM education project howtosmile.org, which has earned an ALA Best Websites for Kids award and AASL Best Websites for Teaching and Learning Award. She lives in Walnut Creek, California. Visit her at www.deborahleerose.com.