Stunning artwork complements some clever yet simply written text in the form of rhyming couplets.
Getting young children to bed can often be a struggle but this delightful tale will bring a broad smile to the face of both parent and child as they share the experience of reading it.
The cook brings cookies, the maid brings hot milk and the physician brings medicine, but the young Prince will not sleep. So the King and Queen turn to a mysterious woman at the palace gate who holds the key to the prince's slumber. This is a humorous account of familiar bedtime rituals that is of interest to children and parents.
|Publication date:||1st September 2006|
|Publisher:||Barefoot Books Ltd|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers|
Joanne Oppenheim is the author of more than fifty books, many of which have received awards and critical acclaim. A former primary school teacher, she is well known for her work in child development, education and children's literature. She is currently the President of Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, Inc., an organization that reviews children's products.More About Joanne Oppenheim