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After dark : poems about nocturnal animals / David L. Harrison ; illustrated by Stephanie Laberis.

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  • 5 of 8 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 3 of 5 copies available at Barry Lawrence Regional Library System.

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Barry Lawrence - Aurora Library Y 811.54 HAR (Text) 37884102936360 Youth Non-Fiction Available -
Barry Lawrence - Cassville Library Y 811.54 HAR (Text) 37884102936220 Youth Non-Fiction In process -
Barry Lawrence - Marionville Library Y 811.54 HAR (Text) 37884102936246 Youth Non-Fiction Checked out 07/21/2020
Barry Lawrence - Monett Library Y 811.54 HAR (Text) 37884102936352 Youth Non-Fiction Available -
Barry Lawrence - Mt. Vernon Library Y 811.54 HAR (Text) 37884102936238 Youth Non-Fiction Available -

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The Rehearsal (Gray Wolf) -- Posted Property (Cougar) -- Mouth of Doom (Flathead Catfish) -- The Hunt Is On (Coyote) -- Don't Let Him Needle You (Porcupine) -- Night Class (Skunk) -- Armored Night Knight (Nine-Banded Armadillo) -- Toothy Grin (Kit Fox) -- Owl Rules (Screech Owl) -- Bug Patrol (Mexican Free-Tailed Bat) -- The Queen (Luna Moth) -- A Night's Work (Deer Mouse) -- The King (Mexican Red-Knee Tarantula) -- In a Mood (Arizona Hairy Scorpion) -- By Land and by Sea (Land Hermit Crab) -- Survivor (Cockroach) -- Hear This! Hear This! (Spring Peepers) -- Slimy Character (Leopard Slug) -- In a Hurry! (Cricket) -- Insect Texting (Common Eastern Firefly) -- And Did You Also Know...? -- No Fooling (Raccoon) (Back Cover)
Summary, etc.:
"After dark, when we are thinking about going to sleep, many amazing animals are just waking up. What do they do in the dark of the night? *Bats fly out of caves, zigzagging into the sky. * Wolf pups wrestle, growl, and romp. *Tarantulas emerge from their lairs--leg by leg by leg. *Fireflies flit through lawns, their flashes lighting up the dark. With this engaging collection of twenty-one poems, learn about the hidden lives of these nocturnal animals (and many more.) You'll be surprised to find out what happens when we're asleep and animals have the quiet night to themselves."--Jacket flap
Subject: Nocturnal animals > Juvenile literature.
Nocturnal animals > Juvenile poetry.
Children's poetry.
Animals > Juvenile poetry.
Genre: Poetry.

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