Amy may never have spent a night away from home, but today she declares that she wants to spend not one but three nights at her grandma’s house. So she packs a bag, and off she goes. During the day, she and Grandma have a lovely time, but when Amy is alone in bed she starts to miss her mother and her baby brother and their dog, Bonzo. Luckily Amy has brought her three best things for a visit, which offer a heartening taste of home — in the most remarkable ways! From the stellar creative pair of Philippa Pearce and Helen Craig comes a wonderfully reassuring bedtime tale.
When Posy goes to stay at Pip’s house, they have lots of fun together before bedtime. But just as they switch out the light, disaster strikes: Posy realizes that she has forgotten her favorite frog toy. Desperate to help his distraught friend, Pip offers Posy a range of different toys to substitute for her frog, but none of them will do. It is only when Pip gives Posy his very favorite pig toy that Posy is comforted and the friends can get a good night’s sleep at last.
Maisy is going on her first sleepover! She packs her overnight bag (including Panda, of course!) and goes to Tallulah’s house for a night of playing games, eating delicious food, reading bedtime stories and more. Sleepovers are fun, and they’re even more with Maisy!
Jane’s birthday sleepover is a night of games, a lost mouse, a croaking frog, a little sleep, and a lot of fun.
Lola is going to Lotta’s house for her first sleepover–but everything is just a bit too different. Lola misses home. How will she ever get to sleep?
Tony’s toad behavior and toad talents make him popular with his friend Memo, a mannerly field mouse. Convinced that Tony is not a suitable playmate for their son, Memo’s parents are forced to reconsider when Tony literally snatches victory from the jaws of a very hungry coyote.