Climb aboard the DREAM WEAVER train! by Gary Wright & Rob Sayegh Jr. (Picture book review)

book cover of Dream Weaver - words by Gary Wright, art by Rob Sayegh Jr. Published by Akashic Books / Lyricpop | recommended on BooksYALove.com

Bad day?
Boring day?
Dream it away!

A young Black boy is crying as he sleeps. Even his toy lion looks so sad.

But here comes the dream weaver train to take away his worries – all aboard!

“Oo-hoo Dream Weaver
I believe you can get me through the night”

The toy lion drives the train through sky and forest and outer space as the boy looks back at his bad day and looks forward to future fun.

“Oo-hoo Dream Weaver
I believe we can reach the morning light”

Grown-ups may sing out the Gary Wright hit song as they turn the pages, and young bookworms will enjoy the catchy repeated chorus and vivid collage-style illustrations by the artist of Let the Good Times Roll (recommended here).

Another fun book from LyricPop, an imprint that matches well-known song lyrics with fresh new art to produce picture books that everyone will love (whether you know the song or not)!

What books or songs do you turn to at the end of a bad day?
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Book info: Dream Weaver / words by Gary Wright, art by Rob Sayegh Jr. Akashic Books / Lyricpop, 2021 [author site] [artist site] [publisher site] Review copy and cover image courtesy of the publisher.

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