Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Safe In A Storm by Stephen R. Swinburne Comes Out Next Week, April 26th

About This Book

"When the clouds grow darker and the rain pelts and stings, I'm here, my little duck. Keep warm beside my wings." In this comforting read-aloud story, all the animals find cozy places to keep them safe and warm, no matter how loud the storm rumbles or how dark the night gets. Next to their mothers, the baby animals are able to let go of their fears and fall asleep despite the storm. Safe in a Storm is a fun, imaginative good-night story featuring loving animal characters. It'll comfort young children during scary storms and always.

Stephen R. Swinburne is a highly acclaimed author of nonfiction picture books for children. A photographer and naturalist, Mr. Swinburne lives with his family in South Londonderry, Vermont. Joan Paley is the illustrator of "What's That Sound, WoollyBear?" A former art director and graphic designer, Ms. Paley lives in North Scituate, Massachusetts.  

Jennifer A. Bell has illustrated almost a dozen children's books. Her work has also appeared in magazines and on greeting cards. She lives with her husband and son in Toronto, Ontario.

The 411 by Maria:

Safe In A Storm is a wonderful bedtime story to get kids settled down through the night, especially those who may have trouble falling asleep or have anxiety about something happening when they are asleep. 

Safe In A Storm has beautiful illustrations of all kinds of animals and their babies going to sleep all snug in their homes while the wind, rain, etc., continues on. The adult  animals are assuring the babies that all is well in the world, put your fear aside little one, our home is safe, or mommy is here. 

It's a very sweet read and I think children and adults will love it. 

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product for my honest opinion.  My reviews are 100% honest and true based on my personal opinion not on a company’s description or request. No monetary compensation was received


  1. how sweet,my grandkids would love this book

  2. Sounds like a great book and one my grandson would love reading. The pictures look amazing.


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