Can't You Sleep, Piglittle? by Sally Grindley
  

Synopsis

Can't You Sleep, Piglittle? by Sally Grindley

Little Orchard Toddler Books are made from sturdy card, perfect for children aged 1-3 years old who are ready to move from board books to picture books. These are the second two titles from a set of four introducing Piglittle. Boo to you, Piglittle! - Piglittle slips out of the pigsty and runs off to scare as many friends as possible, but accidentally gets quite a fright himself! Can't you sleep, Piglittle? - Piglittle just CAN'T get to sleep and even Primrose can't help him. But when he finally finds a playmale, he suddenly discovers that he can sleep after alll Familiar scenes to all parents, with adorable characters.

About the Author

Sally Grindley

Sally was our Guest Editor for December 2010. Click here to see her book selections.

Sally began writing in 1984 while she was working for a nationwide children's book club. She has been a full-time author since 1995 and has had over 140 books published. She won the prestigious Smarties Gold Prize in 2005 for her novel ‘Spilled Water’, and 'Shhh' won the Children's Book Award in 1992 and was shortlisted for the Smarties Prize. She has also won and been shortlisted for a number of other awards. Sally is lauded for her ability to write across a wide range of subjects and for a wide range of ages – from street kids to giants and from toddlers to pre-teens.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
20 pages
Interest Age: From 1 To 3

Author

Sally Grindley
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Author's Website

www.sallygrindley.co.uk/

Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

25th October 2001

ISBN

9781841213934


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