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#BookADay: IN A BLUE ROOM, written by Jim Averbeck and illustrated by Tricia Tusa (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade, 2008) | by Inkygirl
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#BookADay: IN A BLUE ROOM, written by Jim Averbeck and illustrated by Tricia Tusa (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade, 2008)

#BookADay: IN A BLUE ROOM, written by Jim Averbeck and illustrated by Tricia Tusa (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade, 2008).

  

Synopsis: "Alice is wide, wide awake. Mama brings flowers, tea, a quilt, even lullaby bells to help her sleep. But none of these things are blue, and Alice can sleep only in a blue room. Yet when the light goes out, a bit of magic is stirred up. Pale blue moonlight swirls into her bedroom window. Then the night swirls out, around the moon and into the universe, leaving Alice fast alseep in a most celestial blue room."

  

More on the HMH site: www.hmhco.com/shop/books/In-a-Blue-Room/9780152059927

  

More about Jim Averbeck: www.jimaverbeckbooks.com/

(his debut middle grade A HITCH AT THE FAIRMONT launched in June!)

  

Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast featured Tricia Tusa and her art: blaine.org/sevenimpossiblethings/?p=1310

  

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More about the Nerdy Book Club/Donalyn Miller's Summer Book-A-Day Challenge:

nerdybookclub.wordpress.com/2014/05/18/the-sixth-annual-b...

  

Archives of my #BookADay posts: inkygirl.com/bookaday/

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Taken on August 8, 2014