Noah's Bed by Jim Coplestone
  

Synopsis

Noah's Bed by Jim Coplestone

It's a stormy night outside the Ark. Little Eber is too frightened to go to sleep so he climbs into Grandpa Noah and Grandma Nora's cosy bed. But why is Eber's hair so tickly, and his toenails so scratchy, and his nose so snuffly, and why does he take up so much room?

About the Author

LIS COPLESTONE has worked at a nursery school and also helped to set up Treewise, a playgroup and programme of workshops for families that take place in a local orchard. Her delight in nature and the 'child's-eye view' is evident in her storytelling. JIM COPLESTONE has worked as a primary school teacher and has led children's workshops in art and nature. These experiences add richness to his lively and colourful pictures. His other works for Frances Lincoln include Seven for a Secret, and the bestselling Two Nests, both written by Laurence Anholt, as well as Animals Aboard and The No-No Bird written by Andrew Fusek Peters. In addition to his illustration work, Jim also creates and exhibits sculpture based on classic children's literature, through Robert James Ltd in Dorset. Lis and Jim have collaborated on three other picture books, including A Walk In The Wild Woods for Frances Lincoln. They have two children, Ruby and Louis, and live in Dorset

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Jim Coplestone
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

5th June 2014

ISBN

9781847805812


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