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by Hisako Takamodo,Brian Wildsmith
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    Hisako Takamodo,Brian Wildsmith
  • ISBN:
    0192790056
  • ISBN13:
    978-0192790057
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press (September 4, 1997)
  • Pages:
    28 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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    1744 kb
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    1241 kb
  • DJVU format
    1629 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    744
  • Formats:
    lrf docx lrf lit


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Hisako was born in 10 July 1953 in Shirokane, Tokyo. The Princess is the author of two children's books published in English; Katie and the Dream-Eater (OUP, 1996) and Lulie the Iceberg (OUP, 1998). The Princess is the author of two children's books published in English; Katie and the Dream-Eater (OUP, 1996) and Lulie the Iceberg (OUP, 1998) Titles and styles.

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Katie and the Dream-Eater. About Brian Wildsmith (Illustrator) : Brian Wildsmith is a published adapter, author, illustrator, and a photographer of children's books. Every night the dream-eaters go out into the world to make sure that everyone has a good night's sleep. This is the story of a little dream-eater who went out to help a girl called Katie. About Brian Wildsmith (Illustrator) : Brian Wildsmith is a published adapter, author, illustrator, and a photographer of children's books more View Brian Wildsmith's profile.

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The little dream-eater came from beyond the rainbow, from the land of fantastic .

The little dream-eater came from beyond the rainbow, from the land of fantastic creatures. He came to help Katie conquer her bad dreams and to fight all the ferocious dream monsters. Most of this book takes place in the dreams of a little girl named Katie, where she meets this "baku". Baku's eat bad dreams so people do not have to endure them. I think the plot of this book was inspired and original. It was also written by "Her Imperial Highness Princess Takamado, which I find to be really cool. The illustrations do not have one "color scheme", they are all over the place, sometimes in the same object of drawing.

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Brian Wildsmith was raised in the mining village of Penistone, near Sheffield. He won a scholarship to the Slade School of Fine Art, where he studied for three years, then spent his National Service teaching music at the Royal Military School of Music. After his time in the Army, he became an art master, but soon gave up teaching to pursue his life-long ambition of becoming a painter. In 1996, as a celebration of Brian's special relationship with Japan, Oxford University Press published Katie and the Dream-Eater written by Her Imperial Highness Princess Takamado of the Japanese Imperial Family. Brian published over 70 books with OUP over his career.

Far, far away, beyond the rainbow and above the clouds, there is a magic land where unicorns and dragons live. And here too live the baku, the shy creatures that eat up bad dreams. Every night the dream-eaters go out into the world to make sure that everyone has a good night's sleep. This is the story of a little dream-eater who went out to help a girl called Katie. He fought off all the terrible dream monsters and ate up all her bad dreams. But then he found that he was caught on the wrong side of her dream. And there he was in Katie's bedroom. What was Katie to do with him? And how was he to get back to the other side of the dream?