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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dream Little Dreamers by Ash Gilpin is a fantastical story that takes young readers on a magical adventure when they sleep. Night has fallen and it is time for all children to put away their toys and go to bed. Once they go to sleep they will get to see whimsical visions and they can dream about anything; children can think they are princesses or princes, they can travel the world and sail the seas. They can go on dreaming about a world filled with fantasy and delight and see their imaginations taking flight.
The story is whimsical and the author's approach to the topic of dreaming and dreamers is enchanting and magical, just like the words and the illustrations. The illustrator, Masha Klot, does a fantastic job of creating a dream world with her colorful and bright illustrations, and breathes life into the author's words and concept. Together they both weave magic and will help young readers imagine and dream. It is a wonderful bedtime storybook for parents and grandparents to read out to their children and grandchildren because it will take children to the fascinating world of dreaming about anything they want. Tutors and educators can use this book for read aloud sessions in classrooms to encourage children to dream and imagine and become anything they want to become in their dreams. I like the way the author uses simple rhyming verses and makes the concept of dreaming lyrical and musical to youngsters. This book is also another way of introducing children to poetry and rhyming verses.