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Mr. Putter & Tabby see the stars —Rylant, Cynthia.

When Mr. Putter cannot sleep after eating too many of Mrs. Teaberry's pineapple jelly rolls, he and Tabby take a moonlit stroll that ends with the perfect neighborly gathering.

Pup and Hound stay up late —Hood, Susan, 1954-

Hound tries to keep Pup from getting into trouble when Pup sneaks away at night.

The night of courage —Star, Danielle, author.

The Defense Techniques teacher tests the girls on their survival skills, leaving them in the Forest of Colors overnight. They use a manual she has left them to build shelter and cook dinner. Electra wanders from the grou...

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.

Noisy night —Barnett, Mac, author.

A picture book about a multi-level apartment building's occupants and their many nighttime noises.

Sun and Moon —Yankey, Lindsey, author, illustrator.

Sun and Moon have always held their own places in the sky, but after a lifetime of darkness all Moon wants is to spend just one day as Sun. Sun agrees, but only if first Moon takes a careful look at his night, before mak...

On the night of the comet —Coakley, Lena, 1967-

On the night of the comet, when all cats can speak, two tigers and a snow leopard stop by Peter's house.

Little night —Morales, Yuyi.

At the end of a long day, Mother Sky helps her playful daughter, Little Night, to get ready for bed.

Whooo's there? —Serfozo, Mary.

An inquisitive owl keeps track of the comings and goings of woodland creatures all night long.

Bedtime for Frances —Hoban, Russell.

Frances has trouble going to sleep because of frightening sounds and objects that may be going to get her.

Oscar and the moth : a book about light and dark —Waring, Geoff.

When Oscar the kitten has questions about light and dark, Moth explains about different sources of light, how shadows are made, and why it gets dark at night.

The night box —Greig, Louise, author.

When Max turns a magical key and opens the Night Box, darkness swoops out, a fox uncurls and a thousand stars sparkle and shine. Then Night comes out to play in this enchanting bedtime story about the wondrous and magica...

Good night, world —Perlman, Willa, author.

Rhyming text bids good night to the world and everything that is in it, including stars, streams, animals, and roads.

The rabbit who couldn't find his daddy —Edvall, Lilian.

When Rabbit wakes up and finds his daddy isn't there he and Little Sister go looking for him.

Night cat —Beames, Margaret.

At first, Oliver the cat is excited about staying out all night in the fascinating garden, but then unexpected adventures leave him ready for his indoor cushion.

Stargazing sky —Ray, Deborah Kogan, 1940-

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

Are you awake? —Blackall, Sophie.

Persistent young Edward has many questions for his sleepy mother, many of which are answered, "Because it's night time."

Disney 365 bedtime stories.

"Read along as Woody and the gang go on a campout; Anna, Elsa, and Olaf have a slumber party; Pongo puts his puppies to bed; and more! With one story for every day of the year, bedtime has never been so much fun"--Page 4...

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