How Will I Ever Sleep in this Bed?

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Sterling Pub., 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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The adjustment from crib to big-kid bed can be a scary one. But with a little imagination and lots of plush toys, it won't be so bad.

It's time to make that move to a big-boy bed--but one little boy feels a teeny-bit intimidated. It's just so HUGE and empty. Who better to help fill the space than his endearing and cuddly stuffed animal friends? Now the bed's not so big, but is there any room left for him?
Capucine Mazille's friendly pictures present a very appealing young hero, and give every plush creature its own distinct personality.


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User Review  - TriciaETaylor - LibraryThing

A young boy is scared to sleep in a big bed for the first time, having just moved from a crib. And to help fill the space he gets all his cuddly stuffed animal friends to sleep with him, only ... Read full review

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This is a book about how a child is scared to sleep in his new big bed. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Capucine Mazille is a graduate of the Royal Art School in The Hague. Her work has been exhibited in Holland, Switzerland, and France. Capucine and her husband live in the French Alps, where she spends her time painting in watercolor.

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