Wie schläft der Wald?
How Does the Forest Sleep? - Sustainably produced eco-friendly board book for the youngest bookworms
Peter Wohlleben (Written by), Carina Wohlleben (Written by), Diana Kohne (Illustrated by)
Although Willa should have been asleep ages ago, the little wild boar isn’t in the slightest bit sleepy. And it’s not even dark yet!
So Willa scrambles through the bramble hedge and toddles off into the forest, full of curiosity. On her way, she notices that all the different animals have their own ways of sleeping: the deer sleeps alone in a hollow on the forest floor; the sparrow yawns high up in the treetops, and the bats sleep hanging upside down. That doesn’t look very comfortable to her … The moon is already shining brightly when Willa returns to her bramble hedge. Her parents and siblings are sleeping cuddled up together on the soft moss. That looks very comfortable! And so the little boar snuggles up close to her family and her eyes slowly start to shut. Good night, Willa!
- Top topics: sleep and the forest.
- Scientifically sound yet delightfully narrated by the popular father-daughter duo.
- Willa Wild-Boar: a cheeky new character in the Wohlleben world.
- ISBN: 978-3-7512-0213-8
- Published: 12.01.2023
- Length: 16 pages
- Publisher: Oetinger
Peter Wohlleben was born in 1964 in Bonn, Germany. From an early age he wanted to become a conservationist. He studied forestry and worked for over twenty years for the state forestry commission in Rhineland-Palatinate. Wanting to remain true to his ecological principles, he gave up his job and today…