Night, Night! by Beth Harwood
  

Night, Night!

Written by Beth Harwood
Illustrated by Emma Dodd, Mike Jolley

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Synopsis

Night, Night! by Beth Harwood

'Night, night baby!' is a bedtime book that uses photographs of other babies - introducing children to the concept of facial recognition. It also features strong graphics of familiar objects that children will recognise.

About the Author

Beth Harwood graduated from the University of Derby in 1999 with
a degree in Experience of Writing with Film and Television Studies.

Beth lives in Surrey and enjoys reading, taking part in long charity walks,
making customised greetings cards, singing with her choir, visiting
Sweden, photographing Brighton, taking in live bands and indulging in
long, uninterrupted bouts of writing.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
16 pages

Author

Beth Harwood
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Publisher

Amazing Baby an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st January 2007

ISBN

9781904513513


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