Lulu is fed up of all the farmyard animals always telling her that she's too small to do things, so she decides to run away. When the horse, sheep and cow seem to get in her away, Lulu becomes even more determined to leave. But what will happen when she finally goes far, far away without Mummy?
Irresistible humour and timeless child-friendly style Classic story of wanting to be big Lovely reassuring ending - ideal for parent and child to share at bedtime or anytime
Praise for Goodnight Lulu: 'A fun story to make small readers feel secure at bedtime' Junior Praise for Mummy's Magical Handbag: 'A wonderful book ... delightful entertainment for little ones and mummies alike' Observer 'A vibrant anthropomorphic adventure adding warmth and humour to an every day event' School Librarian
Paulette Bogan is the author of another Lulu story, Goodnight Lulu, also published by Bloomsbury. Her three daughters, including the youngest, for whom Lulu was named, are a constant source of inspiration for her stories. Paulette lives in New York City.