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Want to have the best dream of your life? Introducing: the Dream Machine, the latest breakthrough in dream technology.

Turn the Snoreswitch to the volume of your choice, tune in to your favorite dream channel, and spin the hypnotic yawn wheel to let the Dream Machine work its magic.

This interactive board book is a one-of-a-kind invention designed to encourage sweet dreams.
  • Features eight spreads of durable levers, gears, wheels, and flaps
  • Brings magic to any bedtime routine
  • A refreshing take on the classic goodnight tale
Dream Machine is a surefire ticket to bedtime fun—and a night of deep slumber.

Written by the inventive magician Joshua Jay, with spellbinding art by Andy Miller, this Dream Machine is engineered with winning humor and imagination.
  • Perfect for young readers who love tactile, interactive board books, as well as robots and machines
  • Great gift for parents and grandparents who want another tool to make bedtime a breeze for children with sleep troubles
  • Encourages restless kids to prepare for and look forward to bedtime

 

 

Pages:16

Age: 3-5 years

Size:  8.3 x 1.05 x 8.25 inches

 

 

Joshua Jay is an acclaimed performer, author, and lecturer on the art of magic. He is a former world champion, a Guinness World Record Holder, and was named "Magician of the Year" in 2012 by the Society of American Magicians. Jay has made noteworthy appearances on The Tonight Show and the Late Late Show, and consulted with the US Post Office for the stamp series "Magic." He has performed and lectured on magic all over the world, and appears regularly on television and stages across the globe. Jay has authored four books on magic, and his most recent book, for children, is called The Dream Machine.

Andy J. Pizza is the acclaimed illustrator behind the popular podcast Creative Pep Talk, and the author-illustrator of many books for children and adults. He lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his family.