In Your Wildest Dreams by Seniha Ozer


In Your Wildest Dreams by Seniha Ozer

Following on from Sweet Dreams, published in 2010, Poppy now knows how to change her nightmares into the most amazing, magical dreams after Grandad helped her. With this new knowledge, she now must help her little brother, Henry, to overcome the same problems she once had. In Your Wildest Dreams joins Poppy as she shares her most fantastical dreams yet - not just with the reader, but with Henry too. Curiously, one night Poppy and Henry find themselves together in the same dream, on an astonishing escapade! They meet the magical Mer People, sensational creatures like the Zebrot (half parrot, half zebra) and Snakey (half monkey, half snake) and even bump into some familiar faces from Poppy's old dreams. Woken up by the alarm clock before their dream has ended, Poppy and Henry rush to tell Grandad about how they were both dreaming together. He is waiting downstairs for them, but he appears to know more than the children can imagine about the adventures they had...In Your Wildest Dreams is a book that children can easily empathise with, creating stories from their own dreams. The book is a joy for parents to read aloud with their children, or for five- to seven-year-olds to enjoy by themselves.

About the Author

In 2002, Seniha Ozer graduated from Cambridge University with her PGCE. She taught locally until 2008. In 2010 she published Sweet Dreams with Matador, and a year later she welcomed the second addition to her family. She is now delighted to share her second book, In Your Wildest Dreams, with the world.

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18 pages
Interest Age: From 5


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Publication date

28th November 2014



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