Our heroâs mother warned him not to eat before going to bed and not to sleep with his arms crossed on his chest or he will have nightmares. But he doesnât mind because he loves these trees. Even so, itâs a good thing his bed is close to the ground because he is a little bit scared of heights and, when his dream knocks him out of bed, he doesnât have far to fall.
Jorge Arguetaâs unique use of language, images and dreams, have garnered him wide recognition and many awards.
About: A child describes a strange dream involving upside-down trees with roots like snakes, but in spite of warnings about what sorts of behavior bring nightmares, the youngster does not intend to let fear interfere with interesting dreams.
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