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Best Picture Books for April

Reluctant slumberers, an awesome super hero and the lost rhymes of Dr Seuss are all thrown into the mix in our round-up of rollicking reads for April


Posted: 5 April 2012
by Junior


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Not On A School Night! by Rebecca Patterson Macmillan, £10.99, 3+
On school nights, a good night’s sleep is important, yet, despite all their best efforts, Mum and Dad just can’t get their sons to go to sleep. Instead, duvets become costumes and the bunk bed is a big launchpad for jumping fun and games. Then, when Friday night arrives… it’s party time! A rather dangerous read if you usually have trouble putting your child to bed! Or, looking at it another way – perhaps all the energy used up by the two little boys in this book will wear out your own darlings.

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