Dot and Dash Go to Bed by Emma Dodd
  

Dot and Dash Go to Bed

Written by Emma Dodd

Baby and Toddler   
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Bedtime rituals are invested with some sparkle as Dot and Dash get ready for bed. Dot is happy with it all but Dash’s not so sure and needs some help to get into it! Dash doesn’t want a bath but Dot shows her how much fun you can have with sparkly bubble bath and when Dash just wants to bounce about and not settle to sleep, Dot shows the delights of quiet reading with a glittering book before both settle down for a tranquil bedtime.

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Dot and Dash Go to Bed by Emma Dodd

It's time for bed, but Dot and Dash are both full of mischief. They show each other how to get ready, and soon they are tucked up in bed. But Dot is scared, and doesn't want to turn out the light. Perhaps Dash will be able to help...This is a gentle and reassuring bedtime book - with a different sparkly foil colour on every spread.

About the Author

Emma Dodd

Emma studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Saint Martin's College, London. Upon leaving she worked in advertising in London (clients included BMW) and Los Angeles (working for Pentagram New York and Weight Watchers).

She has also worked in animation and editorial - clients still include The Guardian newspaper. Emma is very much an outdoor person - she loves light and space and spends a lot of time sketching and drawing as well as walking Bart, her dog.

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Book Info

Format

Board book

Author

Emma Dodd
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

1st February 2010

ISBN

9781407104706

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