Go to sleep, Vesta-­Linnéa

Vesta-Linnéa doesn’t want to sleep in her own bed, there is a scary witch she can’t stop thinking about. She would much rather sleep in mum’s bed. But then mum can’t sleep and has to move to Vesta-Linnéa’s bed. This lovely story about sleeping, dreaming and family life makes a wonderful read for anyone who has ever been afraid of the dark, needed comfort or just somewhere to sleep in peace.

Vesta-Linnéa doesn’t want to sleep in her own bed, there is a scary witch she can’t stop thinking about. She would much rather sleep in mum’s bed. But then mum can’t sleep and has to move to Vesta-Linnéa’s bed. This lovely story about sleeping, dreaming and family life makes a wonderful read for anyone who has ever been afraid of the dark, needed comfort or just somewhere to sleep in peace.

info

  • Year of publication

    2003

  • Original title

    Sov nu, Vesta-Linnéa

  • Page count

    36

  • Original publisher

    Schildts & Söderströms

  • Short english extract

    <p>See above</p>

  • Series

    Vesta-Linnea

Authors

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