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The Worst Sleepover in the World & Madame Badobedah (MP3)
Written by:
Sophie Dahl 
Read by:
Sophie Dahl 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
1 hours 6 minutes 
MP3 size:
48 MB 
February 01 2022 
Available Date:
February 01 2022 
Age Category:
Children (5+) 
Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; Humorous 
Bolinda audio 
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AUD$ 19.95
AUD$ 19.95

Sunday Times bestselling author
UK Author
The Sunday Times Children's Books of the Year

Two timeless stories celebrating friendship and imagination, from an exciting new voice in children's literature, Sophie Dahl.

The Worst Sleepover in the World. Ramona is having her best friend, Gracie, to stay the night. It’s their first ever sleepover and she wants to make a den, read stories, dance like a wild thing, stay up all night and have a midnight feast. It'll be the best sleepover in history. But nothing quite goes to plan. Will Gracie, Ramona and her little sister, Ruby, be able to solve their problems and still be friends in the morning? Madame Badobedah. Mabel lives with her parents in The Mermaid Hotel, by the sea. Mabel likes to keep an eye on the comings and goings of all the guests. Then one day a particularly in-ter-est-ing old lady comes to stay. There is something very suspicious about her, with her growly voice and her heavy trunks and her beady-eyed tortoise. And why does no one know her real name? There can only be one answer, Mabel decides ... this guest is a supervillain. Also featuring a bonus interview with Sophie Dahl.

' ... this quirky, imaginative story is a delight … Vividly illustrated, this is a witty and gently moving debut.' (on Madame Badobedah)
The Daily Mail

'Sophie Dahl’s debut for children is wonderfully eccentric and imaginative, and also tells a powerful tale of friendship …' (on Madame Badobedah)
The Sun

'This book is one of those books you dreamt of reading as a child ... One that you’re so glad exists so your own child can read. It’s a proper children’s book.' (on Madame Badobedah)
Laura Dockrill, author of What Have I Done?

'The Worst Sleepover in the World cleverly explores the joys, pains, and plights of first friendships, in a way both children and parents will relate to. Perfect for a bedtime read ...' (on The Worst Sleepover in the World)
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