From the Amazon review:
"Sylvia Long's award-winning (Child Magazine's Best of 1997) ode to mother-child love takes a favorite lullaby and makes it--is it possible?--even better. Troubled by the buy-buy-buy mentality of the original ("Mama's gonna buy you a mockingbird/diamond ring/a dog named Rover..."), Long adapts the song to her--and our--liking. Mama now shows her baby the comforting wonders of the world: crickets, shooting stars, warm bedspreads. Long's gorgeous ink and watercolor paintings are reminiscent of Clement Hurd's illustrations in Margaret Wise Brown's Goodnight Moon."
Who knew that a children's book would get 4.9 stars on 59 reviews? (Only two didn't like it). This is optimized for larger color screens, so plain Kindle owners our left out of this one: tablets and computer screens only need apply. 26 pages, digital list price $6.99