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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 fou
Hardcover, 28 pages
Published September 4th 1997 by Oxford University Press, USA
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Mar 05, 2010 ABC rated it really liked it
In this story, there is a creature that lives in dream world called a "baku." It eats bad dreams. It befriends a girl named Katie in real life, and goes around eating bad dreams.

The pictures are gorgeous. Wildsmith's style remind me of Klimt. The story is a little weak.
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This book uses a lot of imagery and encourages students to use their imagination.
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