Ruby's Sleepover by Kathryn White


Ruby's Sleepover by Kathryn White

Ruby and Mai are camping out in the garden. As the night draws in, all sorts of scary characters head towards their tent. Luckily, Ruby has some magical objects in her rucksack, but will they be enough to keep the girls safe? Rhythmic, rhyming text carries young readers through this night-time adventure. Camping theme makes this an inspiring way to prepare small children for sleeping out during the summer months. A companion to Barefoot Books' Ruby's School Walk. Recent praise for the artist: 'Latimer's quirky, energetic acrylic and collage art playfully tweaks perspective and scale'. - Publisher's Weekly on The Prince's Bedtime

About the Author

Kathryn White has written over a dozen children's books including the first Ruby story, Ruby's School Walk. When she is not writing, Kathryn visits schools and libraries telling stories and leading activities. She lives in Somerset with her husband and children. about the artist: Miriam Latimer studied illustration at the University of the West of England and graduated with a first class degree. She divides her time between illustrating and running workshops for primary school children. Miriam lives with her husband in Barnstable, North Devon.

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32 pages


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Publication date

15th May 2012



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Barefoot Books Ltd is an imprint of Barefoot Books

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