No Bed without Ted

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Review

Simple rhyming text and bright, colourful, endearing images of a little girl with her pets and toys make this familiar domestic tale of a missing ted into an appealing bedtime tale.

The lift-the-flap format is ideally suited to the storyline and gives little fingers something fun to do, while the imaginative illustrations mean that adults will not tire of the endless readings which young children are sure to demand.

This title was shortlisted for the 2005 Booktrust Early Years Awards (Baby Book Category).

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