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Do Little Mermaids Wet Their Beds? Paperback – 9 Aug 2001
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Cecelia is a lovely little girl, and ever so clever - she can dress herself, and use a knife and fork, but she goes to bed and worries because she also wets her bed. Then one night she has a dream that she visits mermaids - and what does a little puddle matter in the mighty sea? In this new rhyming tale, Jeanne Willis gently sympathises with small bed-wetters everywhere, and suggests that worrying about it is part of the problem. Penelope Jossen, childminder and illustrator, affectionately illustrates Cecelia's night-time trimuph in this, her first, picture book.
About the Author
Jeanne Willis has worked as an advertising copywriter as well as writing many acclaimed children's books and writing for television and video companies. Penelope Jossen was born in Switzerland and now lives in London where she works as a childminder This is her first picture book.
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