The Dream Train: Sean Taylor

£14.99

‘The Dream Train’ is a collection of original bedtime poetry perfect for sharing whilst tucked up in bed, written for the very young. Filled with 30 warm, joyful and atmospheric poems of every kind – from the funny to the gentle, from the surprising to the lyrical – each capture the experience of falling or being asleep, in a pure, emotional way and celebrates the wonderful, busy, imaginative minds of little children. Some poems read like a soothing mantra, helping lull small ones to sleep, others will plant a seed of inspiration to take children bravely and boldly into the next day.

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From Sean Taylor, the author of Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise, and the illustrator of Little Green Donkey, Anuska Allepuz, comes a stunning original bedtime poetry collection to comfort, inspire and reassure little children.

From best-selling picture book author, Sean Taylor, comes his first ever poetry collection. The Dream Train is a handsome new collection of original bedtime poetry perfect for sharing whilst tucked up in bed, written for the very young. Filled with 30 warm, joyful and atmospheric poems of every kind – from the funny to the gentle, from the surprising to the lyrical – each capture the experience of falling or being asleep, in a pure, emotional way and celebrates the wonderful, busy, imaginative minds of little children. Some poems read like a soothing mantra, helping lull small ones to sleep, others will plant a seed of inspiration to take children bravely and boldly into the next day.

This gift of a book takes readers on a visual and imaginative journey into dreamland, and beyond, and showcases the incredibly rich and inviting artwork of Anuska Allepuz.

Additional information

Weight 0.71 kg
Dimensions 29 × 27 × 1.5 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

88

Language

English

Edition
Dewey

821.92 (edition:23)

Readership

Children – juvenile / Code: J

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