Sweet Dreams by Seniha Ozer
  

Synopsis

Sweet Dreams by Seniha Ozer

Poppy keeps having the same nightmare. After three nights in a row, her Mum is running out of ideas to help her. She is certain, though, that Grandad will know what to do as he usually has an answer for everything. This time is no different, and Grandad not only tells Poppy how to banish her nightmares, but teaches her how to make them into the most amazing magical dreams. Sweet Dreams is a delightful story that captures the close bond between Poppy and her Grandad. Beautifully illustrated, it will help the young reader to empathise with the characters and go on a magical adventure, joining Grandad and Poppy as they share their dreams.

About the Author

Seniha Ozer was born in Barnet. She studied Sociology before completing a PGCE and becoming a teacher in 2002. She now teaches at a primary school in New Southgate and is married with a baby son.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Seniha Ozer
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Publisher

Matador an imprint of Troubador Publishing
www.troubador.co.uk

Publication date

1st March 2010

ISBN

9781848762732


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