Review for Wovon träumst du heute Nacht? (What Will You Dream of Tonight)

Review for Wovon träumst du heute Nacht? (What Will You Dream of Tonight)

Dreams, Sleeping, Picture Book, Wovon träumst du heute Nacht?, Blue, Forest, Log, River, Animals, Children's Books, Frances Stickley, Anuska Allepuz, Anna Taube I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

I decided I wanted to read some more German books to brush up my German reading skills which have been going downhill. So a big yay to Netgalley.de for existing. I thought I would first try out a picture book and then level up as I go. Sadly, my writing skills have never been big as that is not something that was big on being taught during my high school. It was mostly conversations, learning words, reading, listening. I can vaguely remember a bit of writing, but it wasn’t much. So I have to write this review in English.

It took me a bit longer to read this one, but I am darn proud that I didn’t have to look up any of the words and that I could understand what happened quite easily! This book was beautifully written and I love how it rhymed. Apparently my skills aren’t too terrible.

It is about a girl who isn’t tired (we all know she actually is, but I know the feeling of not wanting to end a day) and then she is told about all the adventures she can have in her dreams. From catching stars to riding a while to flying in the sky. It is all very magical and I would love to have more dreams like that.

I loved the last sentences of the book and that last image to go with that. Awwww!

The illustrations are just so beautiful and colourful, I love the style and I definitely want more of it. It captures the story and the dream world so well!

All in all, a book I would highly recommend and a book I am sure will be a big hit with the little ones.

Star rating, 4.5 stars

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