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Is it bedtime Wibbly Pig? by Mick Inkpen
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Is it bedtime Wibbly Pig? (edition 2004)

by Mick Inkpen (Author)

Series: Wibbly Pig

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Title:Is it bedtime Wibbly Pig?
Authors:Mick Inkpen (Author)
Info:London : Hodder Children's, 2004
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It's bedtime, Wibbly Pig! by Mick Inkpen

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We just got this book for Christmas, and from the first night, my kids have wanted to read it EVERY SINGLE NIGHT. A homerun out of the park. Amazing. (Only wish it were also in French for us to read too!) Magical ending. I didn't even know for a few readings that you opened the last page out to a fold out section. We loved it even without that, but that page opened up a whole world to my kids. Also, I think it helped them understand what dreaming is. My son (19 months) goes around now saying, "Bababa pig? Nooooooo. Wamamuh pig? noooooooo. Dreee...." ( )
  DBake | Jan 27, 2010 |
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Wibbly, the cutest little toddler pig ever, is back&150and this time he's putting off bedtime as long as he can. Wibbly goes through all of the classic delaying tactics that will be familiar to every youngster, from having a drink to finishing a story. And when he finally does fall asleep, this charming little piglet stays on the move&150in his dreams

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Wibbly Pig gets ready for bed and comes up with things to do instead of sleep.

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