Priscilla and the Sandman is a children's book by Anders Roseberg.
After not wanting to go to bed night after night, Priscilla is told about the Sandman from her mother. In the turn of a page, she is visited by Mr. Sandman - an adorable, upright walking cat. With her stuffed toy rabbit, the three of them wander off through the field of dreams toward the land of sweets. Priscilla learns that going to bed and having dreams can be more than exciting, it can be magical.
"Priscilla, if you want to have good dreams, tell Sandman what you need. Sugar crystals as the stars and a moon that's made of cheese. Houses made of gingerbread and peanut butter trees. If you want to have good dreams, come and follow me."
Priscilla and the Sandman is a rhythmic book where each line ends with the "Long E" sound. The realistic imagery will really pull kids into the magic of the book, making it a classic of all ages.