Dippy is really excited when he's invited to sleep at Spike Triceratops' house on Friday. But there's one problem - Dippy wets the bed. Dippy doesn't want Spike to find out so he tries all sorts of things to be dry by Friday - not having a drink of water before going to sleep - but each night Dippy still has watery dreams. Can he be dry by Friday?
Dippy is really excited when he's invited to sleep at Spike Triceratops' house on Friday. They'll watch Scarysaurs Go Wild and eat popfern and...but there's one problem - Dippy wets the bed. "Lots of podlets wet the bed," Mrs Diplodocus reassures him. But Dippy doesn't want Spike to find out so he tries all sorts of things to be dry by Friday - going to the toilet just before turning out the light, not having a drink of water before going to sleep - but each night poor Dippy still has watery dreams. Can he be dry by Friday?
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Jane Clarke is a talented new writer and the author of Only Tadpoles Have Tails and Sherman Swaps Shells, both in the Flying Foxes series and Dino Dog, published by Young Corgi. She was shortlisted for the Fidler Award in 1998. Jane has also written Smoky Dragons (Little Tiger Press), Plodney Creeper, Supersloth (Egmont, 'Blue Bananas series'), as well as numerous poems published in collections. Jane moved to a village in Kent last summer and she and her dogs are having fun exploring the countryside and making new friends. She enjoys helping out at the local Primary School and visiting schools all over the UK and Benelux. Mary McQuillan is the talented young illustrator of Our Twitchy and Who's Poorly Too? by Kes Gray, winner of the 2001 Sheffield Picture Book Award, Squeaky Clean by Simon Puttock and Who Will Sing My Puff-a-Bye? by Charlotte Hudson. Her illustrations have also appeared in poetry collections, on greetings cards, fabric and wallpaper designs. She lives and works in Somerset.
Dippy's Sleepover by Jane Clarke
Used - Very Good
Penguin Random House Children's UK
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