Ferdinand Fox's Big Sleep

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"Ferdinand Fox curled up in the sun as the church of St Mary struck quarter past one. His tummy was full, he was ready for sleep, and closing his eyes he began to count sheep..."

Beautifully illustrated, this is the first of six delightful rhyming stories for 3-6 year-olds about Ferdinand, a kindhearted urban fox. When Peter Maceever spots Ferdinand Fox sleeping in his garden and tiptoes out to take a photo, Ferdinand opens one eye and goes right back to sleep! He has far more important things to do - like dream about cake and ice cream!

Children and parents love the rhyme and vibrant colours - and the passing of time as the church clock strikes from one to five.

A 32-page colour picture book.

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Karen Inglis lives in London, UK. She is a successful self-published children's author as well as being a professional copywriter. Her books are available both in print and as ebook - and an iPad app version of her picture book, Ferdinand Fox's Big Sleep, will be launched in October 2013.

As a result of her successes Karen has been asked to speak at a number of children's publishing events and writing courses about self-publishing. Her print books are stocked in Waterstones in south-west London where she has had many sell-out signings. Karen also makes regular visits to schools.

Visit her blog at http://www.kareninglis.com to read about her sales and marketing.

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"Another delightful children's book from author Karen Inglis...a beautifully simple story about a sleeping Fox called Ferdinand. Despite the popularity of rhyming texts with children themselves, they are less popular with UK publishers. So it is lovely to see such a fun story wholly written in rhyme...truly a book for reading aloud again, and again, and again."

Louise Jordan - ex Head Reader for Puffin UK and founder of The Writers' Advice Centre for Children's Books (London, UK)
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