The Big Night-night Book by Georgie Birkett
  

The Big Night-night Book

Written by Georgie Birkett

Baby and Toddler   
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Shortlisted for the Baby Book Award, Early Year Awards 2009

With cuddly touch and feel pages this board book will provide comfort to the smallest toddler. With a blanket to cuddle, curtains to open, PJs to feel and furry Ted to stroke on the pages, babies will love saying night night to all their favourite things as they get ready for bed.

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The Big Night-night Book by Georgie Birkett

Babies will delight in saying night-night to everything as the Baby in the story gets ready for bed. Night-night pyjamas, toothpaste, birdies 1, 2, 3; night-night book and teddy bear and blankie, of course! With cuddly touch and feel textures on every page to reinforce key stages of the bedtime routine, each page is packed with objects to point to and name. Babies will also love finding the hidden teddy on each spread! Reassuring and fun bedtimes have arrived!

About the Author

Georgie Birkett

Georgie Birkett has worked on many books for children. Is This My Nose?, published by Red Fox, has been selected for the National Booktrust programme and won the Baby Books category of the 2008 Booktrust Early Years Awards.

Georgie studied illustration at the University of Brighton and now lives in Lewes.

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Format

Board book

Author

Georgie Birkett
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Author's Website

www.georgiebirkett.com/

Publisher

Bodley Head Children's Books an imprint of Random House Children's Books

Publication date

7th May 2009

ISBN

9780370329857

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