MIllie's Missing Yawn
The perfect bedtime story, presented with beautiful textured artwork, as Millie travels the world—and beyond—searching for her missing yawn so she can get to sleep.
Millie has lost her yawn, and she can’t get to sleep without it. First she looks close to home—the family dog—then goes a little further afield. The Statue of Liberty hasn’t seen her yawn, neither have the Moai heads on Easter Island, nor the penguins at the South Pole, and the rabbits on the moon certainly haven’t. Eventually Millie has to head back home, but as she lies in bed remembering all the wonderful friends she’s made, her yawn reappears, and she—and your child—can finally fall asleep. The pages include beautiful textured artwork.
You Jung Byun received a master’s degree in fine arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her work has appeared in magazines including Nobrow, Communication Arts Magazine, and Creative Quarterly, and been recognized by various events and organizations, including Pick Me Up London, the Society of Illustrators, the Society of Illustration LA, and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (which awarded her both the Grand Prize in Portfolio Award and the Tomie DePaola Award). She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.