It Was Bedtime in the Jungle by John Butler
  

Synopsis

It Was Bedtime in the Jungle by John Butler

'It was bedtime in the jungle and the day was almost done. A rhino settled down with her baby one ...' All babies need to go to bed, even in the Indian jungle ...Learn to count from one to ten with adorable animal babies in this enchanting book by the illustrator of Wake Up, Sleepy Bear , and then snuggle safely down to sleep. As the sun sets over the Indian jungle, the animals are calling their little ones to bed. In this delightful book by the illustrator of Wake Up, Sleepy Bear , wrinkly rhinos, mischievous monkeys, tumbling tiger cubs and many more enchanting animal babies are quieted by their parents before settling down to sleep. When you've counted all the way to the end, a gatefold spread reveals ten little elephants dreaming beneath the stars.

About the Author

John Butler is best known for his wildlife picture books. His Puffin titles have sold over 250,000 copies and include a series he has illustrated for Theresa Radcliffe as well as his own bestselling Whose Baby Am I? and If You See a Kitten. He also illustrated the bestselling Wake Up, Sleepy Bear by Christine Morton-Shaw and Greg Shaw. John lives in Kent with his wife.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

John Butler
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

2nd July 2009

ISBN

9780141500102


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