Reminiscent of Susan Marie Swanson's The House in the Night, world-renowned paper-cut artist Clay Rice weaves a poetic scene of what happens around a small farmhouse as night falls.
A dreaming dog. A purring cat. A bird on a limb. A mouse on a mat. The evening glows in the twilight. And all falls quiet at the stroke of goodnight.
A baby coos; a mommy sighs. Little ones tucked in, with dreams in their eyes. A gentle hand turns out the light. And all is quiet at the stroke of goodnight.
A perfect bedtime story that gently and beautifully depicts a busy world settling in for a warm night's sleep.
About the Author:
Charleston, South Carolina author, Clay Rice is an award-winning, nationally renowned silhouette artist whose work has been featured in Country Living, The Washington Times, The Atlanta Constitution, Cookie Magazine, and the CBS series Army Wives. Clay’s landscape scenes and children’s illustrations are sought after by collectors worldwide, and his work is on permanent display at the South Carolina State Museum.