Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep

Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep

By (author) Joyce Dunbar , By (author) Debi Gliori , Illustrated by Debi Gliori


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Little bunny Willa is scared to go to sleep, just in case she has a bad dream. She asks her older brother Willoughby for help. Wise Willoughby knows that she just needs to think of all happy things that will be waiting for her in the morning...A beautiful text by one of our best-loved authors, illustrated in an adorable style, this book has won widespread critical acclaim. Children are clamouring to have this story every bedtime!

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 102 x 130 x 4mm | 58.97g
  • 10 Jan 2003
  • Random House Children's Publishers UK
  • Corgi Childrens
  • London
  • English
  • 0552548847
  • 9780552548847
  • 14,473

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Joyce Dunbar (Author) Joyce Dunbar is a widely respected author of more than fifty books for children. Her MOUSE AND MOLE series has been very popularly adapted for television and her lyrical re-telling of the Nativity story, THIS IS THE STAR, received widespread critical acclaim. She has also collaborated with artist Debi Gliori for several picture books for the Doubleday/Picture Corgi list, including TELL ME SOMETHING HAPPY BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP.Debi Gliori (Illustrator) Debi Gliori is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including the very popular Mr Bear series. She won the Children's Book Award picture book section, and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal in 1997. Her backlist in Doubleday/Corgi includes Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep and The Very Small. Pure Dead Magic, which introduced the Strega-Borgias, was her first novel. It was followed by Pure Dead Wicked, Pure Dead Brilliant, Deep Trouble, Deep Water and Deep Fear. Debi lives in Scotland, near Edinburgh.

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"If ever there were a perfect bedtime book, this has to be it." -- "Guardian"

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