The King Who Wouldn't Sleep

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Andersen Press USA, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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There once was a king who wouldn't sleepnot even a winkuntil he found the perfect prince for his lovely daughter. Princes came from all around bearing gifts. Not one of them was right. But there was someone else watching with an unexpectedly cunning plan up his not-so-royal sleeve...

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User Review  - jbaile14 - LibraryThing

Summary:This book is about a king who has trouble falling asleep. Instead of falling asleep he vowed that he would watch over his daughter and find the perfect prince for her. However, he found a ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

In this clever retelling of a common story, a king is determined to find the perfect prince for his lovely daughter.So obsessed is the king that he vows to keep watch over the princess day and night ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Debbie Singleton grew up in Middlesbrough. Graduating from Cambridge University, she has traveled extensively over the world and has lived in Texas, Alaska, Trinidad, Western Australia while also working on an oil rig in the North Sea. She was inspired to start writing by her two young daughters. She lives in Esher, England. This is her first picture book.

Holly Swain is a children's book illustrator who lives in Hove with her husband Matt. As a kid, she always loved to draw. Holly has illustrated a number of children's picture books for a variety of publishers.

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