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42 Results
The chestnut challenge —Hecht, Tracey, author.

"In The Chestnut Challenge, Tobin, a sweet pangolin, Bismark, a loud-mouthed sugar glider, and Dawn, a serious fox, are playing a game of Chestnuts when Chandler, a conniving chinchilla, challenges Tobin for the title of...

Night animals need sleep too —Marino, Gianna, author, illustrator.

It's daytime and night animals are all sleeping soundly. Well, all except for Possum. Skunk tries to be helpful, pointing out a cave, then a tree, then a den. But the more places Possum tries to sleep, the more night ani...

While the world is sleeping —Edwards, Pamela Duncan.

A sleepy child is flown through the night sky to see foxes hunting, rabbits playing, raccoons scrounging, and other animals that are active while people sleep.

Night fright —Arnold, Tedd, author, illustrator.

Introducing the Fly Guy and Fly Girl series! YIPPEEZZZ! When Buzz and Liz visit the zoo, their pets Fly Guy and Fly Girl go looking for food, and find the Creatures of the Night exhibit, where they see animals that would...

Fox at night —Tabor, Corey R., author, illustrator.

Fox is up late in the night. There are shadows and noises everywhere. Fox is sure the night is full of monsters! Then he meets the real creatures of the night and realizes they are not so scary after all.

The moon keeper —Zosienka, author, illustrator.

Emile, a very responsible polar bear, has a new job as moon keeper. He spends his evenings making sure the moon has everything it needs to shine its light over the night creatures. Night after night he keeps watch over t...

Kooky kinkajou —Hecht, Tracey, author.

Tobin, Bismark, and Dawn are bored. There's nothing to do! So when Karina the kinkajou comes along, she gives them a lesson on using their imaginations. Soon, the three nocturnal friends are following Karina and the 'spa...

The bravest of the brave —Crum, Shutta.

A fearless little skunk sets off through the woods alone at night encountering scary creatures, which the reader can correctly identify as various forest animals.

Oliver's wood —Hendra, Sue.

Oliver the owl stays up so late one night that he sees the sun come up, but when he goes to share the sight with his nighttime friends, they are all asleep.

The peculiar possum —Hecht, Tracey.

"In The Peculiar Possum, Tobin, a sweet pangolin, Bismark, a loud-mouthed sugar glider, and Dawn, a serious fox, encounter strange sounds and smells in the valley. When an unfamiliar animal appears, Bismark is not pleas...

Hello Moon —Downing, Julie, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text reveal the nighttime activities of forest animals that awake when Sun sets and Moon rises.

The best burp —Hecht, Tracey.

Bismark and a bat named Bink are playing a game--who can make the loudest burp! Dawn hears the burps and asks who is being rude and burping and Bismark and Bink blame Tobin.

A t-wit for a t-woo —Farley, Charlie, author.

Little owl Twoo sets off on a brave quest to find a true friend in this feel-good rhyming picture book. He'd fly every night through the wood that he loved, And quietly gaze at the stars up above. But something was missi...

Time for bed, little one —Pitcher, Caroline.

Little Fox gets permission to stay up past his dawn bedtime and play, but the other animals he meets are either too tired to stay up, or busy with their daytime activities.

Full moon —Pintonato, Camilla, author, illustrator.

"It is the night of the full moon! Little gray rabbits are preparing for a big celebration, inviting all of their forest friends. As the full moon rises to the highest point in the sky, the rabbits release paper lanterns...

Forest bright, forest night —Ward, Jennifer, 1963-

Rhyming text contrasts the lives of animals that are active in daytime with nocturnal animals inhabiting the same forest.

If you were night —Van, Muon.

"From the award-winning author of One Is a Lot and Village by the Sea comes a beautifully written, playful and dreamlike story about night creatures and their activities. With its lyrical and sensory narrative, and exqui...

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