Stripy Horse, Time for Bed by Jim Helmore, Karen Wall
  

Stripy Horse, Time for Bed

Written by Jim Helmore, Karen Wall
Part of the Stripy Horse Series

Baby and Toddler   
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Another adventure for Stripy Horse from an early morning “wide awake” to “nighty-night, sleepyhead”. Stripy Horse’s day is full of happy routines that all toddlers will enjoy.

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Stripy Horse, Time for Bed by Jim Helmore, Karen Wall

Stripy Horse is a hugely lovable animal in children's book publishing at the moment and we're thrilled to see the publisher has decided to create some sturdy board books for babies and toddlers featuring this character who has, until now featured only in picture books more suitable for 3+ year olds. Thrills and spills are the order of the day for Stripy horse as he goes about his daily routine and here it's time for bed. Perfect bedtime reading for even the smallest toddler. A sister board book is called Stripy Horse, Just for You.

About the Author

Jim Helmore, Karen Wall

Jim and Karen live in South London. Karen still works as a textile designer when she’s not creating picture books, and Jim works in the publishing industry. They won the picture book category of the Sheffield Book Award for their first book Letterbox Lil (OUP) in 2007. They also recently won first prize at the Dundee Picture Book Award for Who Are You, Stripy Horse? and last year it was awarded silver in the Practical Pre-School Awards.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
12 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Jim Helmore, Karen Wall
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Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont Childrens Books

Publication date

3rd January 2011

ISBN

9781405253024

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