Blanche hates the night / written and illustrated by Sibylle Delacroix ; translated by Christelle Morelli.
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- ISBN: 9781771471589
- ISBN: 1771471581
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 19cm
- Publisher: Toronto : Owlkids Books Inc., 2016.
Translation of: Blanche hait la nuit.
Every day ends the same. Night always falls. Blanche’s mom turns off the light and closes Blanche’s bedroom door. It’s time to go to sleep. There’s just one problem: Blanche hates the night. She does not want to go to sleep! She would much rather play. So she puts on a concert to chase away the moon and wake up the sun. She sings in rhyme and somersaults upon her bed, which she imagines is a trampoline. Blanche’s mother’s voice floats in: Stop that racket!” and To bed, my little songbird.” But Blanche dominates each spread with her expressive face and creative, endearing attempts to stave off sleep. Illustrations in a muted palette mimic shades of night while clean lines let Blanche’s charming facial expressions take center stage. Bursting with personality, Blanche is a willful, sensitive character kids will relate to. Blanche Hates the Night is an ideal bedtime read-aloud: eventually, exhausted, she falls into a peaceful slumber.
|Target Audience Note:||
Grades Preschool - 2.
|Study Program Information Note:||
Lexile reading measure AD180L.
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|Subject:||Night > Juvenile fiction.
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