The Complete Book of the Night

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Kingfisher, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Nighttime may never be scary again! Combining enchanting and atmospheric artwork with captivating and informative text, The Complete Book of the Night explores all aspects of the nighttime world, from the stars and planets of the night sky to the history of fireworks. This unique title shines a bright light on a wide range of intriguing topics: nocturnal plants and animals; nighttime festivals and celebrations; night shift workers; things that illuminate the darkness, such as candles and lighthouses; and even what happens to our bodies while we sleep and dream. Any child who has ever been afraid or curious about the dark will be reassured and fascinated by this illuminating and entertaining gift book.

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User Review  - Solady Batterjee - Goodreads

A good book for high elementary grade reading groups, gives the reader a different perspective about night.. Read full review

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User Review  - Alshaimaa - Goodreads

It's an end of a complete day, and a start of sleepy night this book contains everything related to night, even people who works at night. love it:) it's a valuable book. thank u Mrs.Solafa Read full review

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Sally Tagholm is an award-winning author who has written numerous children's books on history and animals.

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