The Baby Who Wouldn’t go to Bed
“Bed time,” says the Mother. “No,” says the baby. In his toy car the baby speeds away to a world of make-believe. He may only be able to go a few yards, but in his head he’s on the road looking for someone to play with. But no one wants to play at this time of night – not even the moon. Ideal for reading aloud right before the lights go out.
Winner of the 1996 Kate Greenaway medal.
Winner of Parents magazine Play and Learn Award.
Winner – Gold award – Right Start best Toy awards
Waterstones Children’s Book of the Month.
“A perfect picture book, and a memorable extended metaphor for being loved.”
THE SCHOOL LIBRARIAN
“A real dream of a book about bed time.”
MOTHER AND BABY MAGAZINE.
“Wonderful even by her standards.”
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