|Day is done, and draining from the prairie landscape is the light that blessed the little cowgirl's play. Time to "bed down" for the night! As sleep comes, her happy heart bids "Good night!" to all in her world that made that day safe and glad:
Ö Good night, tractor in the shed. Good night, longhorns. You've been fed. Good night, windmill, fence and pen. Good night, rooster. Good night, hen.Ö
Author GLENN DROMGOOLE's couplets in lullaby rhythm gently invite little ones to enter sleep, and artist Barbra Clack guides their minds' eyes from the cow dog nodding in the shed to the prairie grasses whispering "Shuteye! Little Cowgirl, the spiny horned toads in their dusty beds are closing their bright eyes, too!"
Two versions of this new classic are offered, one for cowgirls and the other for little cowboys.