Join here BeoVERDE & Friends, our Newsletter

When You're Fast Asleep – Who Works at Night-Time? | Hardback | Children's Book
When You're Fast Asleep – Who Works at Night-Time? | Hardback | Children's Book
When You're Fast Asleep – Who Works at Night-Time? | Hardback | Children's Book
When You're Fast Asleep – Who Works at Night-Time? | Hardback | Children's Book
When You're Fast Asleep – Who Works at Night-Time? | Hardback | Children's Book

When You're Fast Asleep – Who Works at Night-Time? | Hardback | Children's Book

Vendor
Nosy Crow
Regular price
€15,90
Sale price
€12,90
Unit price
per 
Total Savings 18%
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Discover the amazing people that work when you’re fast asleep in this large-format board book with easy-to-lift flaps on every page!
There are all kinds of people that work during the night-time, from bakers to doctors, train drivers to road workers, and out at sea or in an art gallery. Peek inside the oven at the bakery, find out if the fishing boats have caught any fish and open the doors into a busy hospital. Learn more about the world at night with this fun lift-the-flap book that’s packed with details to spot and perfect for sharing at bedtime.
With a rhyming, read-aloud text from Peter Arrhenius and bold, friendly artwork from Ingela P Arrhenius, the award-winning illustrator of the bestselling Felt Flaps and Peekaboo series.
Authors: Peter Arrhenius, Ingela P. Arrhenius
►Reading Age: 2 Years and Older
Details: Hardcover | 16 pages | 29.8 x 24.8 cm
►About the Authors: Peter Arrhenius is a screenwriter and an author located in Stockholm, Sweden. His first children’s book – The Penguin Quartet – was released in 1996 and was the first collaboration of many with the illustrator – then girlfriend, now spouse – Ingela P Arrhenius. Together, they have published over 15 titles to date.
Besides writing books and screenplays for film and television, Peter enjoys playing guitar and making music with his band One Sad Horse and watching football from the comfort of his own couch.
Art and design have always played a big part in Ingela Arrhenius' life. Before her career as an illustrator took off, Ingela worked as an art director in Stockholm. She’s since been commissioned for creating print patterns for fabrics, wallpaper, stationery as well as posters, product design, home accessories and toys. She’s passionate about retro style, typography