How Animals Sleep

By Sylvaine Peyrols

Translator: Penelope Stanley-Baker

Illustrator: Sylvaine Peyrols

Format: Hardback

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Moonlight Publishing

Moonlight Publishing was founded in 1980 to create a new kind of information books for young children. Their aim is to explain how things work and how different facts are related to one another, why the world is as it is and why people and things interact in everyday life as they do.

Product Description


A unique look at the many varying ways, times, and places that different animals sleep. Mammals, insects, fish, and reptiles all get tired like us and need to sleep. This book illustrates vividly how and where they sleep, in many different ways and at different times. Fish, snakes, and insects sleep with their eyes open. Birds sleep perched in trees without falling off. Bats sleep upside down for 20 hours a day. Sleeping whales and dolphins keep a part of their brains awake at all times so that they can go to the surface when they need air. Horses, elephants, zebras, and giraffes sleep standing up and for less than 4 hours a day.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Format Hardback
Imprint Moonlight Publishing
Publication Date 22 Sep 2015
ISBN 9781851034338
Number of Pages 38

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