It is nighttime at the zoo. The animals are asleep. All is still, until. . .
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The baby beebee bird, new to the zoo, is singing his song. . .ALL NIGHT LONG Nothing the animals do or say will stop him. Until, that is, they come up with a plan to teach the baby beebee bird that nighttime is really best for sleeping -- especially for little birds.
The Baby BeeBee Bird, originally published in 1963, has been beloved by readers for generations. In this new-sized, full-color edition, Diane Redfield Massie's delectable story has been lovingly reillustrated by Steven Kellogg, creating a captivating bedtime story that is almost as much fun as a visit to the zoo
Children's Books 2000-NY Public Lib.