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Grandfather Twilight —Berger, Barbara Helen, 1945-

At the day's end, Grandfather Twilight walks in the forest to perform his evening task, bringing the miracle of night to the world.

No go sleep! —Feiffer, Kate.

A baby does not want to go to sleep, even as everything else around her wishes her a good night.

Stargazing sky —Ray, Deborah Kogan, 1940-

A little girl and her mother stay up late to watch a shower of shooting stars.

Overnight at Mary Bloom's —Aliki.

A child has a wonderful time when she spends the night at her grown-up friend's apartment.

Rabbit moon —Kim, Jean (Children's author), author.

In rhyming text, Rabbit comes out to play with his friends in the moonlight.

Who's afraid of the dark? —Bonsall, Crosby, 1921-1995.

A small boy projects his fear of the dark onto his dog.

Porcupine's pajama party —Harshman, Terry Webb.

Porcupine bakes cookies, watches a monster movie, and gets scared in the dark when his two best friends sleep over.

After dark —Murakami, Haruki, 1949-

A story about two sisters set in Tokyo one night from midnight till dawn exploring the themes of loneliness and secrecy.

Toys in space —Grey, Mini

A group of toys, left out at night for the first time, begins to be afraid but the WonderDoll distracts them by weaving a story of lost toys, space travel, and a strange alien.

Darkness and the butterfly —Grifalconi, Ann.

Small Osa is fearless during the day, climbing trees or exploring the African valley where she lives, but at night she becomes afraid of the strange and terrifying things that might lie in the dark.

Fight the night —DePaola, Tomie, 1934-2020, author, illustrator.
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To stay up past bedtime, you've got to fight the night. Flashlight in hand, a determined Ronald sets out to battle sleep in this refreshed edition of Tomie dePaola's spirited 1968 picture book.

The night world —Gerstein, Mordicai, author, illustrator.

Sylvie the cat persuades her boy to go into the darkness very late at night, where they are greeted by the shadows of roses and other flowers, and by nocturnal animals who whisper, "it's almost here."

Peeping and sleeping —Manushkin, Fran.

Barry and his father take an evening walk, exploring the strange peeping sounds they hear and finding a surprise down at the pond.

Henry and the dragon —Christelow, Eileen.

At bedtime Henry Rabbit is sure he sees the shadow of a dragon on his bedroom wall even though his parents can find no evidence of it.

How many stars in the sky? —Hort, Lenny.

One night when Mama is away, Daddy and child seek a good place to count the stars in the night sky.

Clyde Monster —Crowe, Robert L.

A young monster is afraid of the dark because he believes that a person may be lurking under the bed or in a corner.

Owl lake —Tejima, Keizaburō.

As the sun slips down behind the lake and the sky darkens, Father Owl comes out and hunts for fish to feed his hungry family.

30 days of night

An isolated Alaskan town is plunged into darkness for a month each year when the sun sinks below the horizon. As the last rays of light fade, the town is attacked by a bloodthirsty gang of vampires bent on an uninterrupt...

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