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Every night when Jack goes to sleep he has wonderful dreams. The only problem is he can't really remember them the next day. So one night he determines to go to the land of dreams and put them in a sack and save them for the next day. But dreams are elusive things and not as easy to capture as you would think. Or are they? A truly original and fresh picture book that reminds us to believe in our dreams - those we have asleep or awake.
|Publication date:||19th May 2003|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
Laurence Anholt lives in Lyme Regis with his wife and children where he works full-time as an author and illustrator of children's books. This is Laurence's first book for Bloomsbury. Ross Collins lives in Glasgow and is a regular contributor to the Bloomsbury list. His picture books Supposing and Maybe One Day featuring the lovable little monster are fast becoming classics.More About Laurence Anholt