The Big Book of Bedtime Stories 2

The Big Book of Bedtime Stories 2
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Format: Hardback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781682973271
Publisher: QEB Publishing
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This delightful treasury of stories features charming characters and beautiful illustrations - each with a hidden message. The Big Book of Bedtime Stories introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and includes eight stories to choose from. Each story is perfect for reading together and is just the right length for bedtime.

All the other dragons laugh at The Littlest Dragon because he can’t breathe fire. But when winter comes all the other dragons catch colds. Will the Littlest Dragon be able to breathe fire after all?

When William’s baby brother arrives, his Mum and Dad are too busy to read him a bedtime story, so William sets off to find a new home in There's No Place Like Home.

Superchimp is the mighty hero of the jungle. But when Superchimp hears a booming sound, it stops him in his tracks.... Just who is this brave chimp is so frightened of?

In Kindness is Magic Wolf finds poor Little Owl has fallen from her tree. He decides to help her learn to fly. Can wolf hide his frustration and will Little Owl ever make it home?

Archie’s big brother Oliver has returned from a party with a party bag. Archie begins collecting a bag of treasures all of his own. When a magpie steals Archie’s Bag of Treasures, who will help him get it back?

Max and Bear are best friends. Every evening Bear tells Max the best bedtime stories. One day Bear gets tangled up in a kite and flies far away from home. How will Bear find his way home to tell Max his bedtime story?

All the animals are frightened of Snip Snap Croc. She could gobble them up in one bite. But who do these eggs belong to? The animals are about to learn that even Snip Snap Croc has a softer side.

A child describes her pet chameleon and its funny colour changing habit. She loves her pet, but her mum is less convinced because it keeps getting lost! Can they find a way to stop losing the chameleon in My Colourful Chameleon?

The author

Susan Quinn was born in Manchester but has travelled the world: by way of South Africa and Sydney. She became a children’s librarian at 23 and then moved back to England. Her first book, Little Bear and the Butterflies, was published by QED in 2014.
 

Duba Kolanovic lives in the lovely Mediterranean town of Zadar on the Croatian Adriatic coast. With a uniquely recognizable style, her love of nature is clearly present, from her adorable animals to her atmospheric landscapes.

Giles Paley-Phillips, is the award winning author of The Fearsome Beastie, winner of The People's Book Prize 2012, Heart of Hawick Children's Book Award 2013, Bizziebaby Gold
Award and The US Forward National Literary Award. He has written several picture books and a collection of nonsense poetry.

Lucy Barnard grew up in a very artistic family and knew from an early age that she wanted to work in illustration. After graduating from the University of Plymouth with an illustration degree, Lucy worked in publishing for a time, before becoming a freelance illustrator and realising her ambition of working on children’s books.

Caroline Castle is the author of several picture book texts as well as two novels for older children. She has also illustrated two picture books for Piccadilly Press, Elizabeth Jane Gets Dressed and Mary Ann Can.

Susan Quinn was born in Manchester but has travelled the world: by way of South Africa and Sydney. She became a children’s librarian at 23 and then moved back to England. Her first book, Little Bear and the Butterflies, was published by QED in 2014.

Duba Kolanovic lives in the lovely Mediterranean town of Zadar on the Croatian Adriatic coast. With a uniquely recognizable style, her love of nature is clearly present, from her adorable animals to her atmospheric landscapes.

Giles Paley-Phillips, is the award winning author of The Fearsome Beastie, winner of The People's Book Prize 2012, Heart of Hawick Children's Book Award 2013, Bizziebaby Gold
Award and The US Forward National Literary Award. He has written several picture books and a collection of nonsense poetry.

Lucy Barnard grew up in a very artistic family and knew from an early age that she wanted to work in illustration. After graduating from the University of Plymouth with an illustration degree, Lucy worked in publishing for a time, before becoming a freelance illustrator and realising her ambition of working on children’s books.

Caroline Castle is the author of several picture book texts as well as two novels for older children. She has also illustrated two picture books for Piccadilly Press, Elizabeth Jane Gets Dressed and Mary Ann Can.

Leonie Roberts was born in Plymouth and raised in South Liverpool. She has trained as a primary school teacher and spent three years teaching and living in Italy, where she began to write children's books. My Colourful Chameleon is her first published picture book. 

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Format: Hardback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781682973271
Size: 9 in x 9.9 in / 228.6 mm x 251.46 mm
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