Once Upon a Bedtime Anthology by Murray, Andrew Murray
  

Synopsis

Once Upon a Bedtime Anthology by Murray, Andrew Murray

This title presents a collection of four complete picture books, perfect for settling your little one at bedtime. The stories include 'The Very Sleepy Sloth' by Andrew Murray and 'The Smallest Bear' by Anne Mangan.

About the Author

This beautiful anthology of picture books contains stories by some of our best-loved authors and illustrators, including: Jack Tickle, the illustrator of many of Little Tiger's most popular picture books, and the Peek-a-boo pop-up series; Tim Warnes, best known for illustrating the Little Tiger books, featuring the company namesake, such as Little Tiger's Big Surprise! and I Don't Want to Go to Bed!; Michael Terry, a successful illustrator for over thirty years. He has recently illustrated Crunch Munch Dinosaur Lunch and What's More Scary Than a Shark?

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Book Info

Format

Multiple copy pack
Contains 4 Hardbacks
120 pages

Author

Murray, Andrew Murray
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

30th September 2010

ISBN

9781848950009


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