Night Boy

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Orca Book Publishers, Apr 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Night is a boy who knows it's much more fun to play than go to sleep. When the sun sets, he travels through the night sky in a spaceship with his teddy. Night's favorite game is hide-and-go-seek, which he plays each evening with his older sister, Day. But why can't he ever find her? Night Boy is a unique playful picturebook about a brother and a sister named Night and Day. The rhythmic text and rich illustrations make for a bedtime story that is sure to lull children who say "I can't sleep" into dreamland. Through the personas of a brother and sister, Night Boy offers a unique explanation of how night turns to day astronomically.

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About the author (2012)

Anne Laurel Carter was born in Don Mills, Ontario. She has suffered from a bad case of wanderlust all of her life, which has taken her all over the world. In between travelling, Anne completed Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Education. Anne loves working with children, and became an ESL and French teacher. She is also the mother of four children, but still finds time to read and write. Anne is a multi award-winning author of several books for children. Her picturebook Under A Prairie Sky (Orca, 2004) won the Mr. Christie's Book Award in 2003.

Montreal-born Ninon Pelletier has been an illustrator since 1996 and has dedicated herself entirely to youth literature for the past few years. She has illustrated numerous books for children in Canada and in France.

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