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About the Book

All aboard this alliterative alphabetical adventure before bedtime.

This dream-like "Good Night" journey takes the reader on a tour to meet Lake Tahoe’s native and common baby animals while they are enjoying recreational activities in some of the most remarkable places that make the lake region so magical.

Beddy-bye bear is boating; the coyote is camping in Carson City; the raccoon is rafting in Reno; the trout is tubing in Truckee; and

many more surprises.

It is a book that reminds us of the incomparable beauty of Lake Tahoe. The places we have been, and want to visit. The animals that we have seen, and hope to see. And, the winter and summer activities that we have done, and dream of doing.

A Best-Selling
Book by
Kevin Sullivan & Michael Furuya

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Description: ISBN: 978-0-9644149-7-6

This is  a 6” x 6” 28 page board book with rounded edges, suitable for children 0 - 5 years of age.

A Look Inside...

Our Story

About the Illustrator: 

Michael Furuya, an accomplished fine artist, is a graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He is passionate about environmental education. He was part of the creative duo of ‘Ohi’a Productions, which for a span of 15 years produced plays and a series of award-winning picture books for the children of Hawaii. When he is not painting images of native birds and animals, he is enjoying the beauty of his island home.

About the Author:

Kevin Sullivan, a part-time resident of Incline Village, is both a writer and an educator. He has written several Hawaii-themed books for young readers. He is passionate about raising awareness about protecting the environment, particularly the Lake Tahoe Basin and its flora and fauna. He has many fond memories of Tahoe ski trips and rafting the Truckee with his family. When he is not writing, he enjoys spending time with his three big dogs.

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INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. ― Good Night Tahoe is a children’s book that takes the reader through a magical land that really exists, Tahoe. “It sort of evolved, life is a journey,” said Sullivan, a part-time resident of Incline Village. “I started writing and publishing because I felt there was a need for a certain type of product. Something that’s fun and entertaining but makes you aware of the beauty around you.” Sullivan is both a writer and an educator has published several books based on Hawaii’s beauty. The goal of Good Night Tahoe is to raise awareness for protecting the environment, particularly the Lake Tahoe Basin and its flora and fauna. Sullivan hopes to kickstart families reading together while providing education on sustaining the land we enjoy now, for generations to come. --The Union, July 13, 2022

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