The second book in Jacqueline Schmidt's delightful Patchwork series finds the resourceful little bear seeking a quiet spot to go to sleep.
Where should a stuffed bear sleep? His wild counterparts hibernate in caves, but a cave does not seem like a very cozy sleeping spot to Patchwork. In order to find the perfect place to lay his stuffed head, Patchwork decides to consult with his friends, as he did with such good results in Patchwork Helps a Friend. As he journeys, asking delicate everyone from the delicate butterflies to an enormous whale about an ideal spot to sleep, Patchwork begins to realize that home might be the best place for him. Each spread is a visual celebration of nature and the imagination, with Jacqueline's distinctively lovely collages depicting natural creatures amid fantastical imagery, enhanced by rich colors and pleasing patterns.