Patrick is having his first sleep-over at his grandmother’s house. It’s almost bedtime, but there’s a problem-Patrick doesn’t have a bed at Granny’s. So Granny goes out to her yard, chops down some trees, and makes a comfy bed for Patrick. Now he can go to sleep. Right? Not yet. He doesn’t have a pillow! So Granny dashes to the henhouse, collects some feathers, and sews a fluffy pillow for Patrick. Now he can go to sleep. Right? Not yet. A few other things are still missing . . . . If Patrick is lucky, this could go on all night!
“Children will snuggle down with smiles on their faces after this comic spin on the paraphernalia associated with a common ritual.” (Kirkus Reviews)
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About Kate Lum
Kate Lum and her husband live in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, with their two children.
Published by Puffin Books May 13, 2002| 32 Pages| 9-1/4 x 11-13/16| 3-5 years| ISBN 9780142300923