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How Do You Sleep?


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Can you sleep with one eye open? Can you sleep in a tree? Pula has a bed, but he wants to know how other creatures sleep.

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How do you sleep?

By Alex Latimer, Diane Awerbuck, and Georgia Demertzis

Illustration of a little boy kneeling on the bed looking through his window.
Illustration of a bird sleep while flying. Text: How do you sleep bird? I fly in my sleep.
Illustration of a bat sleeping hanging from a tree branch. Text: How do you sleep bat? I sleep upside down.
Illustration of a green frog sleeping on the ground. Text: How do you sleep frog? I rest on my side.
Illustration of a sleeping rainbow colored octopus. Text: How do you sleep, octopus? I change color in my dreams.
Illustration of a duck watching over other sleeping ducks. Text: How do you sleep, duck? We take turns to guard each other.
Illustration of a baby owl sleeping. Text How do you sleep, baby owl? I sleep on my face.
Illustration of two sleeping otters floating on the sea. Text: How do you sleep, otter? We sleep holding hands.
Illustration of a walrus with head poking out of the water. Text: how do you sleep, walrus? I sleep on the land and under the water.
Illustration of two giraffes sleeping with heads on each other. Text: How do you sleep, giraffe? We sleep on each other.
Illustration of a pile of sleeping meerkats. Text: How do you sleep, meerkat? We sleep in a heap.
Illustration of boy sleeping in bed. Text: How do you sleep, Pula? Goodnight! Sleep tight!

This story was originally published by Book Dash, and is shared under Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).

Minor changes have been made to the image orientation for easier reading on mobile devices.