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About Trish Holland
Trish Holland was born and raised in Mississippi. She grew up surrounded by loving family, friends, music, books, and a grandmother who told fantastic bedtime stories. Trish holds a bachelor’s degree in music therapy and a master’s degree in public health with a specialization in maternal and child health. She worked in psychiatric hospitals for many years. Now she’s happily settled with her husband in Dallas, Texas. Her two children have left the nest, so she has plenty of time to indulge her love of writing for very young people. To pursue her passion for literacy, Trish recently founded a literacy program through the Dallas Public Library and Ft. Worth Public Library to provide picture books and literacy information to the mothers of all babies born in the public sector hospitals of those cities (www.booksfortexasbabies.com). Contact Trish at her web site, Trisholland.com.
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I’m Little Tex.
And I’m Rio Rosie.
It’s time to giddy-up.
There’s no time to mosey.
Little adventurers will be swept up in this rootin'-tootin' ride like no other! What starts as a normal day on the ranch soon turns into so much more as this imaginative tale twists and turns before settling down to lull little ones off to sleep. This fun bedtime story is sure to lead to sweet dreams!
It's bedtime for a precocious little fox in this endearing and humorous Little Golden Book. Unforunately, little fox has far more energy than father fox has bargained for. Featuring delightfully warm illustrations and a story that captures all the rambunctious qualites of bedtime, I'm Not Sleepy will make a perfect addition to your own little one's nighttime routine.
’Twas the night before Christmas, when way out to sea
Not a creature was stirring to windward or lee.
The sailors were nestled all snug in their racks
Like orders of pancakes, so tight were the stacks.
One Christmas Eve out at sea, some homesick sailors are paid a visit by Master Chief Claus, the Santa of Sailors. This lively and poignant tale was inspired by Clement C. Moore’s classic yuletide poem.
Holly’s eager to dress herself and brush her own hair—and she almost, kind of, nearly succeeds. When her clothes end up mismatched or her hair is sticking up, her family is always ready to step in and help. But there’s one thing she does perfectly: she hugs Daddy good night before going right to sleep! This sweet, simple story is one that all preschoolers will relate to.
Rio Rosie, goodnight.
Jump in your bunkbeds
And close your eyes tight.
So begins this dreamy, soothing poem that takes Tex and Rosie into the starry night.
Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the base
Only sentries were stirring — they guarded the place.
The soldiers were sleeping and snoring away
As they dreamed of 'back home' on good Christmas Day...
One Christmas Eve at a military barracks in the Middle East, some homesick soldiers are paid a visit by Sergeant McClaus, the Santa of Soldiers. This lively and poignant tale is inspired by Clement C. Moore's classic yuletide poem.