Night-Night, Emily!

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Tiger Tales, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Itand’s bedtime, and Emily canand’t find her favorite stuffed animal, Mr. Teddy. She looks everywhere, but heand’s nowhere to be found! She picks up Quackers the Duck instead. "Night-night, Quackers," she says. But even with a substitute, Emily canand’t sleep. So she gets up and finds Stripe the Cat. Then Hoots the Owl. Soon, the bed is getting crowded! But Emily still canand’t fall asleep, until she finally finds Mr. Teddy. The text is rhythmic and illustrations sweetly serene. See all Editorial Reviews

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Claire Freedman has written many successful picture books, including Dilly Duckling and Squabble and Squawk. Claire now lives on the Essex coast where she makes the most of her love of the countryside and sailing.

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