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Bright sky, starry city —Krishnaswami, Uma, 1956- author.

Phoebe helps her dad set up telescopes on the sidewalk outside his store. It's a special night -- Saturn and Mars are going to appear together in the sky. But will Phoebe be able to see them with all the city lights? Rai...

Up all night : a short story collection

Presents five short stories about teens who stay up all night, written by award-winning authors.

The rain train —De Roo, Elena.

A young boy watches and listens as the Rain Train takes him on a ride past city lights, over rivers, and through tunnels one rainy night.

Elsa and the Night —Mellgren, Jöns.

"One day, Elsa hears a creature moving underneath her sofa. When she lures it out, she discovers that it's the Night. 'You're not allowed to be here,' she says, and puts it in an old cake tin. Fourteen hours later, it's ...

Goodnight, goodnight —Rice, Eve.

Goodnight comes to all the people in the town and to the little cat as well.

Vincent and the night —Enersen, Adele, author, illustrator.

Having decided he does not want to go to sleep, Vincent unravels the blanket of night and transforms it into a cat, a lullaby, and even an elephant before finally giving in and closing his eyes.

Ghost's hour, spook's hour —Bunting, Eve, 1928-

Scary incidents at midnight give Biff the dog and his master a frightening time but all turn out to have good explanations.

Crimson bound —Hodge, Rosamund, author.

Rachelle must protect the king's bastard son while searching for the weapons that will save her world from endless night.

Moon glows —VerDorn, Bethea.

Text and pictures portray the moods of a moonlit night; from the kinds of light that come from a city, airport, highway, backyard, bedroom, and the country; to the animals who sleep beneath the lights of the night.

Dusk —Shulevitz, Uri, 1935- author, illustrator.

"Boy with dog and grandfather with beard watch holiday lights turn on in the city"--Provided by publisher.

The night is like an animal —Whitman, Candace, 1958-

A poetic description of nightfall.

Hildilid's night —Durán, Cheli.

An old lady who hates everything about night tries all sorts of methods to chase it away.

Mike's nightlight —Kalz, Jill.

When Mike goes to bed at night, the images that his nightlight creates on the walls of his room stimulate even more images in his mind.

The family under the moon. —Jewell, Nancy.

The moon's shining down on their house inspires members of a family to think their own pleasant thoughts.

Grover sleeps over —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Grover is apprehensive about spending his first night away from home, at Betty Lou's house, but his fears dissolve under the gracious hospitality of Betty Lou and her mother.

I won't go to bed! —Ziefert, Harriet.

Unwilling to go to bed, Harry gets to stay up all night, but he discovers that staying awake all night in a quiet lonely house is not quite the treat he imagined it would be.

Up All Night.

A brush with the supernatural? A rock concert? A reunion? A poolside revelation? The need to know what's up? The confessions of a friend? The dream of escape? A sick pet? An English assignment? The rear-window view of a ...

When everyone was fast asleep —DePaola, Tomie, 1934-

When everyone was fast asleep, the Fog Maiden sent a cat to carry two sleeping children off for a fantastical evening highlighted by a palace ball.

Alexander and the dragon —Holabird, Katharine.

A very small boy is afraid of the dark, especially when the shadow under his bed becomes a fierce dragon. He soon learns, however, that even dragons have their gentle side.

Good Night New Orleans —Gamble, Adam.

Many of North America's most beloved regions are artfully celebrated in these board books designed to soothe children before bedtime while instilling an early appreciation for the continent's natural and cultural wonders...

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