Ten in the Den by John Butler
  

Synopsis

Ten in the Den by John Butler

Deep in the den, ten sleepy animals snuggle down for the night. But how can they sleep when fidgety Little Mouse can't get comfortable? This bedtime book features baby animals, a simple counting element, and is based upon a children's favourite nursery rhyme.

About the Author

John Butler has written and illustrated numerous top selling books for children, all of which have featured the environment or animals in their natural habitats. His other books include Can You Cuddle Like a Koala? While You Were Sleeping, Hush Little Ones and Pi-Shu the Little Panda, and collaborated with author Sally Grindley on Polar Star, Little Tang and Little Elephant Thunderfoot. \n \nLittle Elephant Thunderfoot was shortlisted for the picture book categories of both the Sheffield Children's Book Award 1997 and The Federation of Children's Book Groups Awards 1997. \n \nJohn lives in Kent with his wife and two daughters.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 2-5

Author

John Butler
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Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

18th May 2006

ISBN

9781843626510


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