A Visit to William Blake's Inn:
Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers
by N. Willard
Two hundred years ago, Willim Blake wrote poetry like "Tyger, Tyger, burning bright." In this book, Newbery winner Nancy Willard writes poems about an imaginary inn, describing the guests and staff. Angels shake featherbeds while Rabbits shows guests to their rooms. When Tiger asks for a bedtime story, this is what he receives "Now I lay me down to sleep with bear and rabbit, bird and sheep. If I should dream before I wake, may I dream of William Blake."