Oliver Who Would Not Sleep by Mara Bergman
Oliver Who Would Not Sleep by Mara Bergman
Oliver Who Would Not Sleep by Mara Bergman
Oliver Who Would Not Sleep by Mara Bergman

Oliver Who Would Not Sleep by Mara Bergman

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Illustrated by Nick Maland

*Shortlisted for the Bookstore Early Years Award, 2007

Oliver Donnington Rimington Sneep couldn't and didn't and would not sleep. It's not that he is afraid of the dark, or monsters, or robbers or sounds from the park. But Oliver Donnington Rimington Sneep likes staying awake more than going to sleep. Join Oliver on his journey to Mars and back before he finally, finally, finally goes to sleep. A superb bedtime tale, told in rhyme and great to read aloud, with stunning illustrations from award-winner Nick Maland.

Condition: Good condition with wear to the lower corner of the cover, a sticker on the inside back cover and back cover.
Type:  Paperback
Age:  3-5

Mara Bergman is an American children's author, poet and editor. Born in Bronx, New York, she grew up in Wantagh, Long Island. Mara moved to England in 1983, and soon began to work for the children’s publisher Walker Books. When her three children, Marissa, Eva and Jonathan, were young she decided to start writing picture books, and her awards include the BookTrust Early Years Award and the Stockport Prize. In 2014, Mara won the Mslexia Poetry Pamphlet Prize and her collection The Tailor's Three Sons and Other New York Poems was published by Seren in 2015. Her children's books have been translated into Finnish, French, German, Japanese, Korean and Hebrew.

Nick Maland is an award-winning children’s illustrator. He studied English and Drama at London University and very much wanted to be an actor, but discovered a love for drawing through set design. In addition to numerous children's books, his work has been published with The Times, The Guardian, and The Observer.

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