How to Knock out Nightmares by Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue


How to Knock out Nightmares by Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue

They come at night and disturb our slumber . . . filled with creepy crawlers and daunting demons, nightmares inspire fear in even the best and bravest. Luckily, this book is filled with tricks and tips to finally banish all those bad dreams. Created to help young readers sleep better at night, How to Knock Out Nightmares is packed with fun, colorful illustrations and witty text that encourages children to overcome their bad dreams.


This should be on every shelf, in every kid s room. Parents know that every child will experience bad dreams, but this book brings humour to the subject, as well as supplying truly helpful tips on how to stop them.

loaded with crazy fun and not too scary illustrations. It's a super fun book as my son says to help kids sleep better at night offering tips and tricks to banish these beasts that are only in dreams.

About the Author

A trained psychologist, Catherine Leblanc writes novels and poems for children and adults. She lives in Angers, France. After three years of study in Strasbourg, Roland Garrigue returned to Paris to concentrate full-time on illustration for young readers. He has searched the most unexpected and mysterious places in order to create the frightening sketches of abominable creatures for this series.

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32 pages


Catherine Leblanc, Roland Garrigue
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Publication date

27th February 2014



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