Snoozefest at the Nuzzledome by Samantha Berger, illustrated by Kristyna Litten

Published by Dial Books

Summary:  Champion sleeper Snuggleford Cuddlebun (a sloth) spends a LOT of time sleeping, but she does get up every year for the annual Snoozefest.  All kinds of animals gather for a few days at the Nuzzledome, slinging a hammock in the coziest spot they can find and settling down with their blankies to enjoy such entertainment as a pajama fashion show and a lineup of musicians like the Nocturnal Nesters and the Drowsy Duet.  Not surprisingly, the end of the Snoozefest finds Snuggleford still catching some z’s.

Pros:  Adorable illustrations, clever rhyming text (haiku and didgeridoo wowed me), and a story guaranteed to wind down the craziest three-year-old.

Cons:  If your teenager catches you reviewing a book called Snoozefest at the Nuzzledome, you might as well book your one-way ticket to Siberia.

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