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Were you still dreaming, Ruby? / Steve McGlaughlin ; illustrated by Emma Middleton
Bib ID 5547861
Format BookBook
Author
McGlaughlin, Steve
 
Description [Kew, Vic.] : Little Dreams Books, 2012 
[32] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 9780646561967
Summary

"Ruby was still dreaming when it was time to wake up. She stretched and stretched and rubbed her eyes, but her eyelids just kept closing. Ruby's dad smiled and whispered in her ear, 'Were you still dreaming, Ruby?' Ruby just nodded and snuggled in close..."--Back cover.

Notes

For pre-school age.

Subjects Dreams -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Middleton, Emma
Available From PO Box 2250 Kew VIC 3101 

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