Today’s team review is from Lilyn, she blogs here http://www.scifiandscary.com/
Lilyn has been reading Sleep, Merel, Sleep by Silke Stein
Sleep, Merel, Sleep puts us in the shoes of a young girl whose life has been disrupted by the bringing home of a very sick sibling. At first, because you as the reader don’t know much about Merel’s life, it’s really easy to dislike the young girl. However, pretty swiftly (it’s a short read) you start to feel some sympathy for her and root for her on her journey to regain her Sleep.
At 108 pages, this is a short book that would make for excellent bedtime reading with your child over a few nights. If they are a self-sufficient reader, I could see it being a good book for them to read independently as they’re unwinding for bed as well. Get the idea of sleep percolating through their…
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