A bewitchingly different bedtime story
A magical tale about what happens when, one night, a wicked witch steals the happy endings to bedtime stories. It is up to Jub, the keeper of the happy endings, to save the day and ensure sweet dreams everywhere.
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 11.60(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Carol Ann Duffy is a renowned poet and winner of the Whitbread Award and T.S. Eliot Award. She has published several collections of poetry for children. This is her first picture book.
Jane Ray has won the Smarties Award and Mother Goose Award. She lives in London
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Jub is a little girl who collects happy endings from the trees in the forest and sends them out at night for all the children to enjoy. One night, an old wicked woman comes to her and demands Jub to giver her the happy endings. Without a choice, Jub loses them and thus causes all the happy stories of Snow White, Cinderella, and other stories to end horribly and sadly. While dreaming, Jub comes across a gold pen that can write on the sky. Jub uses this pen to create her own story in which the old woman burns to death and leaves the happy endings in the forest. Jub then goes and finds them and allows happy endings to be restored everywhere.Media: Watercolor