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Whiffy Wilson, the wolf who wouldn't go to bed

Whiffy Wilson, the wolf who wouldn't go to bed

Hart, Caryl, author; Lord, Leonie, artist

There was a wolf called Wilson, who stayed up late at night. He played with all his toys until the early morning light. Whiffy Wilson thinks bedtime is boring. He wants to stay up all night long, playing his saxophone, building forts and learning magic tricks. Big boys like Whiffy never go to sleep! Luckily, Whiffy's clever best friend Dotty is on hand with cosy pyjamas, exciting bedtime stories and a yummy nighttime feast. And before long, Whiffy Wilson discovers that bedtimes are the best. Willful wolf pups (and little children) will soon learn to love bedtimes with this funny and soothing story

Book. English. Stories in rhyme. Children's stories. Picture Books. Early Years.
Published London: Orchard, 2016
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  • Headquarters – Earliest copy due back 22nd October 2020

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    1154407 Primary 2 Fiction Children's Fiction Due back 22nd October 2020
    1154406 Primary 2 Fiction Children's Fiction Due back 27th October 2020
    1154408 Primary 2 Fiction Children's Fiction Due back 24th November 2020

Details

Statement of responsibility: Caryl Hart, Leonie Lord
ISBN: 1408332558, 9781408332559
Intended audience: Preschool.
Note: Originally published: 2015.
Physical Description: 30 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 25 x 28 cm
Subject: Wilson (Fictitious character from Hart) Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.; Accelerated reader; AR3; AR3.0; ARLY