“Welcome to the Sharemore Hotel,” said the porter. “You must be Mr Snore. Let me show you to your room …” Mr Snore checks into a hotel room, only to discover that the room is already occupied – by a mouse! So the porter moves Mr Snore up a floor to a new room. Alas, that room seems to be occupied by a fuzzy critter, too.
Up thirteen floors, one floor at a time, Mr Snore gets moved and moved again until the porter has run out of options for his guest. Why? Because there is absolutely no way anyone should EVER go to the top floor, the 13th floor, in the hope of finding room and rest …
This book is suitable for children between 3 and 6 years of age.
Wade Bradford‘s picture books include Why Do I Have to Make My Bed?, illustrated by Johanna van der Sterre and Around the World in a Bathtub, illustrated by Micha Archer. Wade lives with his family in California, USA, where he teaches English and directs plays with a local theatre company. In addition to writing children’s books, Wade is a playwright with over twenty plays to his credit.
Kevin Hawkes is the illustrator of many award-winning books for children, including Library Lion, written by Michelle Knudsen, Weslandia and City Circus, both written by Paul Fleischman, and Me, All Alone at the End of the World, written by M. T. Anderson. He lives with his wife and children in Maine, USA.