Olie's Bedtime Walk

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Star Bright Books, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Olie can't fall asleep and decides to go out exploring, but while he is wide awake, everyone else is tired and wants to go home to bed. The mailman, the bus driver, and other night workers are all so tired that they can't stop yawning. Before long, Olie can't wait to get back home and into his bed. A true bedtime story, Olie's Bedtime Walk is designed to have the same effect on readers as it did on Olie - to make them fall asleep. Selected by the BBC The World as one of the top foreign children's books of 2002.

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About the author (2002)

A well-known Danish author of a number of children's books, and a psychologist, she currently lives on the island of Bornholn off the coast of Denmark.

A young Dutch artist who has worked for a number of Dutch and Belgian publishers. She was educated in Holland and studied illustration at the academy of ARt in Kampen, Netherlands. Walk is her first book for an American publisher.

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