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Don't You Feel Well, Sam? : Sam Books - Amy Hest

Don't You Feel Well, Sam?

By: Amy Hest, Anita Jeram (Illustrator)

Paperback | 13 February 2007

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"This follow-up to the best-selling Kiss Good Night will comfort little ones like a cozy blanket that's tucked in just right." - Booklist (starred review)

In the little white house, Mrs. Bear is putting Sam to bed, when suddenly - HCK HCK! coughs Sam. Mrs. Bear gets some syrup. But the syrup tastes bad, and there's too much of it on a too-big spoon, and it's too hard to swallow. What will make Sam feel better? Acclaimed picture-book creators Amy Hest and Anita Jeram revisit Sam and Mrs. Bear as they share a quiet moment of comfort that is enough to conquer the coldest night.
Industry Reviews
Parents will relate to the difficulties of coaxing a child to take a spoonful of medicine, while Anita Jeram--illustrator of GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU--provides beautifully reassuring art. --Scholastic Parent & Child This follow-up to the best-selling KISS GOODNIGHT (2001) will comfort little ones like a cozy blanket that's tucked in just right . . . A quiet, shining story of things made better. --Booklist (starred review)

The bedtime comfort this book may bring to a 4-year-old is magical . . . this book could fit into the same treasure chest that keeps, forever, a book like Clement Hurd and Margaret Wise Brown's GOODNIGHT, MOON. --Boston Globe

Just the thing to share with a little one struggling with a bout of the sniffles. --Kirkus Reviews