Good Night Copycub by Richard Edwards
  

Synopsis

Good Night Copycub by Richard Edwards

Copycub can't get to sleep. He turns one way and then the other but he just doesn't feel sleepy. All his wriggling wakes up his mother who tells him the story of a sleeping goose on a lake, a snoozing moose in the shadows, a snug little hare in the grass and of a little bear who likes to copy everything that the other animals do. Copycub thinks of all the warm and sleeping animals safe and sound outside his cosy bear cave and his eyes start to feel heavy and he falls fast asleep.

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The third book about Copycub is a lovely, gentle bedtime story, certain to soothe any wide-awake sleepyhead Carousel

About the Author

Richard Edwards was born in Tonbridge, Kent, and has since lived in Italy, France and Spain. He is an acclaimed writer for children and has written over 20 picture books and books of poetry for children. He divides his time between Edinburgh and Barcelona. Susan Winter was born in South Africa and graduated from Natal University before becoming a social worker, first in South Africa and later in London. After the birth of her second child, she studied illustration at Chelsea School of Art, and began a new career as a freelance illustrator of children's books.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Richard Edwards
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2005

ISBN

9781845070700


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