Bedtime for Duckling

Publisher: Little Tiger

Duckling is looking for somewhere to sleep, but Fox’s den is too muddy and Owl’s nest is too high up… Where will they end up cosy and sleeping?

Everything about Bedtime for Duckling is adorable and engaging: from its peep-through flaps and chunky pages to its mix of beautiful layered art with real-life animal photography. Little hands will love exploring all the different elements and turning the peek-a-boo pages. 

As well as looking at and naming different animals and their habitats, the gentle and repetitive text leads up to the duckling returning to their mummy and family, just in time for bed. Sweet and reassuring, it’s perfect for luring babies and toddlers to their own beds and helping them wind down after a busy day. 

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