Everything to Spend the Night: From A to Z

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Scholastic, Jan 1, 1999 - Bedtime - 27 pages
4 Reviews
Told from a child's point of view in a rhyming text, a little girl prepares to spend the night at her Grandfather's house, and packs all that she thinks she will need--all in alphabetical order. Full-color illustrations.

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Review: Everything to Spend the Night: From A to Z

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A fun rhyming story about all the things the little girl deems necessary (from A to Z) when spending the night at Her Grandpa's house. Grandpa has to be shown everything in the overnight bag and does his best to keep up, with only the occasional nap. Love and humour shines through. Read full review

Review: Everything to Spend the Night: From A to Z

User Review  - Goodreads

A fun rhyming story about all the things the little girl deems necessary (from A to Z) when spending the night at Her Grandpa's house. Grandpa has to be shown everything in the overnight bag and does his best to keep up, with only the occasional nap. Love and humour shines through. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Ann Whitford Paul's second book for children grew out of her long-time love of quilts. She lives with her family in Los Angeles, California.

Jeanette Winter is the illustrator of more than a dozen children's books, including Hinny Winny Bunco by Carole Greene. She has twice been the recipient of the American Illustrators Guild Award. She lives in Frankfort, Maine.

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