Dreamy Days and Random Naps

(1 customer review)

Mawson Bear awakens and ponders on the art of creative napping. Scotland the Brave imagines doing great deeds. Professors Caddy and Bree hold the highest hopes for their visionary inventions. Samantha sees wondrous things all round her. The Seekers journey all the way to the edge of the world, being sure to return, of course, by bedtime.

Flop down and relax awhile with Mawson and his drowsy friends. Refresh the soul in the tranquility of simple joys and innocent dreams.

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Book Details

Weight 200 g
Dimensions 165 × 165 mm

52 pages







Release date

1 December 2020




Publisher Obscura

About The Author



Mawson, the big hearted, soul searching teddy bear, is here to help. One of this bright world's few writer-bears, he ponders about how to be one's best especially when feeling a little lost, a little sad.

A modest bear of generous proportions, distinctive in his white fur coat and bow tie, he’s always confident deep in his inner-most stuffing, that things are going to be All Right.

1 review for Dreamy Days and Random Naps

  1. Helen Burns (verified owner)

    I bought this as a gift for my partner who likes to take naps. He’s almost military about it and keeps trying to convince me to take naps with him. I thought he would like Mawson’s attitude. He did. I took a peek inside, curious as much as anything, and read Dreamy Days and Random Naps in one delightful sitting. And now I’m a napster too. What a revelation. Forty minutes napping, even twenty minutes, and I wake up as if from a day spa in some exotic location. A new woman!

    Dear Mawson I will forever be indebted to you, for your wisdom and your whimsy. This book should be recommended reading for anyone who suggests naps are unnecessary. It will change their life.

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