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All Through the Night: People Who Work While We Sleep | Hardback | Children's Book on Nature

All Through the Night: People Who Work While We Sleep | Hardback | Children's Book on Nature

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A beautifully illustrated picture book exploring the jobs that keep a city running all through the night, and make it ready for the new day.
The sky is getting dark. In a big city, a little girl is eating her dinner, brushing her teeth and getting ready for bed.
Meanwhile, her mother is putting on her coat and getting ready to go to work. But where will she go, and who will she see along the way?
As the night goes on, follow nurses, cleaners, delivery workers, doctors, police officers, journalists and many more. Meet the people doing the important jobs that help keep the city running all through the night, ready for the next day to come.
Authors: Polly Faber, Harriet Hobday
►Reading Age: 2 Years And Older
Details: Hardback | 32 pages | 30.0 x 24.0 cm
►About the Authors: Polly Faber lives in London with her husband, sons, and two black and white cats called Alan and Babs. She worked as a midwife and a sandwich maker before becoming a writer, and has also mashed potatoes for Prince Edward’s dinner. Her best impression is of a tortoise eating a strawberry.
As a child, Harriet Hobday would spend hours drawing what was around her and filling sketchbooks with imagined characters and scenes. Little did she know that she would become a (real!) Illustrator for a living. She left her hometown of Yorkshire to embark on an undergraduate degree in Illustration at The Cambridge School of Art, where she stayed on to study the esteemed MA in Children’s Book Illustration. It was during this time that she developed her love of storytelling and limited colour palettes.
Following graduation she moved to Edinburgh, where she was inspired by the impressive architecture and buildings became a recurring theme in her work. Since then she has returned home to Yorkshire, where she spends her days making books, causing havoc in the kitchen and watching videos of Elephant Shrews ( If you don’t know them – look them up!)


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