The much-acclaimed toddler book series from The Gruffalo illustrator, Axel Scheffler.Simple but engaging stories which reflect the ups - and downs - of toddler life.Major new animation series launching on Milkshake in 2021Pip and Posy are best friends - they love to play, and make things, and have fun. But just occasionally they get cross or sad, and sometimes things go wrong that are beyond their control. And that's when kindness and understanding - and a cuddle - make everything better.In The Bedtime Frog, Posy goes for a sleepover at Pip's house. The friends have lots of fun together before bedtime. But just as they switch out the light, disaster strikes - Posy realises that she has forgotten her favourite frog toy. Keen to help his distraught friend, Pip offers Posy a range of different toys to substitute for her frog, including his own favourite frog money box. But none of them will do - "That's the wrong frog!" Posy wails. It is only when Pip gives Posy his own, very favourite, pig toy that Posy is comforted and the friends can get a good night's sleep, at last. There are loads of titles to collect . . . The Super Scooter, The Big Balloon, The New Friend - and many more!
This is Book 8 in the Pip and Posy Series. See all Pip and Posy books here.
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Formerly the Editorial Director of Campbell Books, Camilla Reid has many years' experience of conceiving and creating books for young readers. Now a mum of two small girls herself, she has gained a whole new insight into the peculiar but charmingly picky world of toddlers. Camilla lives in London.
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Axel Scheffler Biography
Axel Scheffler is an acclaimed illustrator, animator and more recently author of children's books. He was born in Hamburg in 1957 and moved to England in 1982 in order to study illustration at the Bath Academy of Art. He then worked for a variety of advertising companies, magazines and newspapers in both England and Germany