Night-Time Tale

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Andersen Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Ruth Brown springs a surprise in this spellbinding blend of a number of traditional tales.
The little one has had a bad dream. He dreamt he was lost in a dark forest, and found a house all made of sweets. But before he could enjoy eating any, an old witch came and frightened him away. He ran straight into a girl in a red cloak, on her way to her Grandmother's. But he took one look at the Grandmother and was so frightened he ran away again, and this time fetched up at the base of a giant beanstalk. A giant tumbled down it and created a huge hole in the ground, and the little one fell into the hole with a bump! And then he woke up. So he climbs in with Mama Bear, and goes back to sleep, much happier. But who is that climbing into his little bed? Could it be Goldilocks?

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Ruth Brown is the creator of some of Britain's best loved children's books. She has created a great many picture books for Andersen Press and is highly respected as an author and illustrator. She is married to artist Ken Brown and they have two grown-up sons and one grandchild.

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