5 x 7" Dream Team Notebooks Bundle of 3


Each set features (3) ValueColor PerfectBooks with 50 sheets of ruled 50# filler and rounded corners. Each notebook measures 5 x 7".

An exclusive series for American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology Throughout history, diverse cultures have recognized deities who give the gift of sleep, ward off bad dreams, and watch over humans as they rest and recover. Sound familiar? Celebrate these mythological figures and the legendary patient care of the CRNA profession with original concepts and designs from AANA and artist Rockland Page. © 2021 American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology

Hypnos, the Greek god of sleep, was the son of Nyx (Night) and the twin brother of Thanatos (Death). He is often depicted with wings at his brow and a horn of opium, made from the poppy, used to send mortals and gods to sleep. Hypnos and his son Morpheus, the god of dreams, were featured on the 1940 AANA Seal.

The Egyptian god Tutu was originally a protector of tombs, but was later worshipped for guarding sleepers from danger and bad dreams. He is depicted on temple reliefs as an intimidating figure with the body of a lion, a cobra tail, bird wings and a king’s headdress above a human face. In our design, this guardian god tramples the arrows of Sekhmet.

Nótt, the personification of night in Norse mythology, is known by many names, including “night” by mankind, “darkness” by the gods, and “joy-of-sleep” by the elves. Dwarves call her “dream-Njörun,” meaning “dream-goddess.” She rides her horse Hrímfaxi across the evening sky to cloak the world in shadows and create an ideal environment for slumber.

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