Amsterdam, Van Holkema en Warendorf, , 31×23 cm, red linen spine with full colour litho on the front cover and red coloured edges, 74 pp., the book is in worn condition with not much left of the red linen spine, worn corners, loose pages and tears here and there. The book is full of illustrations (lithography by C. Ruckert) alternating full colour illustrations and black and white ones. The title on the front cover has a typo, it reads ‘Droomerland’ in stead of ‘Droomenland’.
The book is about a little girl they call ‘Kleine Kroot’ (which translates as ‘little beetroot’). She is naughty as can be and accounts for all the six misbehaviours discussed in the story, such as laziness, nosiness and having an unsatisfyable sweet tooth. The book first discussed these misbehaviours in the real world and then goes over them again, but this time in Dreamland, where creatures of fantasy make the girl right her ways.