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Night Play: (Kids Books for Nighttime, Kids Imagination Books) (Hardcover)
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It's time for bed. Everyone is asleep. Or are they?
Arlo and his stuffed animal friends like to put on pretend plays. But after Arlo falls asleep, his friends don't want to stop. Can they work together to put on their play?
Through fanciful paintings and a lively text, Lizi Boyd has once again tapped into the imaginary world of children. Her hallmark use of die-cut pages, along with a showstopping gatefold, will have readers of all ages shouting "Bravo!"
About the Author
Lizi Boyd is the creator of numerous award-winning books, including the New York Times Best Illustrated Book Big Bear Little Chair and the prestigious BolognaRagazzi Award–winning Flashlight. She lives in Vermont.
"A clever introduction to theater for young audiences or performers (and an inspiration for post-bedtime play)." -Kirkus Reviews
"A fun, fanciful offering for young thespians and fans of creative play." —School Library Journal