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Groundwood Books

Turn On the Night

Written by Geraldo Valério

For readers 4 years old | Published September 01, 2016 | ISBN 9781554988419
JUVENILE FICTION / Bedtime & Dreams

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Regular price $18.95 CAD

40 pages | 11 in × 9 in
Print Format

Also Available as an Ebook

About this book

Turn On the Night

Geraldo Valério

A little girl falls asleep and in her dream becomes a huge gray wolf, like the one in her bedtime story. Out the window she leaps, and a marvelous nighttime adventure unfolds. She visits the rooster in his coop, and invites him to hop upon her back and together they run through the night. A reindeer joins in the fun, until the three are suddenly stopped in their tracks by a giant dazzling star. The reindeer climbs upon the wolf, and the rooster upon the reindeer to reach the star, then they carry it home, where it brings all kinds of light to the little girl’s world.

This vibrantly illustrated wordless picture book is a celebration of the inspiration and freedom to be found in stories, dreams and the imagination.

About the Author

Geraldo Valério

Geraldo Valério was born in Brazil, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Drawing, followed by a Master of Arts at New York University. His work has been published in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Portugal, France, the UK and China. His books include Abecedário de Aves Brasileiras, My Book of Birds, Turn On the Night, Blue Rider and Moose, Goose, Animals on the Loose. He lives in Toronto.

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