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Clark the Shark : afraid of the dark —Hale, Bruce.

At a sleepover, Clark the Shark braves his fear of the dark with the help of music and friends.

Otis and the puppy —Long, Loren.

When a puppy gets lost while playing hide and seek on the farm, Otis the friendly little tractor must face his fear of the darkness in order to help his new friend.

George in the dark —Valentine, Madeline, author, illustrator.

A little boy overcomes his fear of the dark during a daring teddy bear rescue.

Brave Squish Rabbit —Battersby, Katherine.

Squish, a little rabbit who is afraid of nearly everything, ventures into the night during a storm to find his friend, Twitch, who he fears may have encountered chickens.

Dragon night —Krause, J. R., author, illustrator.

Georgie is afraid of the dark, but after an adventure with a dragon that is afraid of the knight in the book where he normally dwells, both are ready to sleep.

Freddie's fears. —Robinson, Hilary, 1962-

Freddie's daddy helps him with his fear of animals.

The bunny's night-light : a glow-in-the-dark search —Hayes, Geoffrey.

When Bunny asks for a night light his Papa suggests everything from the moon to a streetlamp, but Mama knows where to find just the right lamp.

I will fight monsters for you —Balmes, Santi, 1970- author.

"Two little girls -- one human and the other a monster -- are afraid to go to sleep for fear of what's living under their beds"--Provided by publisher.

I don't like the dark! —Bode, Ann de.

When Kate goes to stay with her cousin Sophie, she does not want to admit she is afraid of the dark because Sophie is not afraid of anything.

Monster needs his sleep : a story —Czajak, Paul.

Monster needs to go to sleep but keeps finding things to stay awake for until, finally, he admits that he is afraid of the dark and gets help with his bedtime problem.

Ellis is scared of the dark —Reuterstrand, Siri.

Ellis is excited to be spending the night at his grandfather's house for the first time but after waking up in the middle of the night to strange noises, he begins to think that sleepovers are no fun.

Ciemność The dark —Baghdasaryan, Rouzanna.

Jonah is afraid of the dark. His older brother Gor promises to give Jonah his favorite toy soldier if he'll try not to be afraid--but now Jonah is too excited to sleep.

Small Blue and the deep dark night —Davis, Jon (Illustrator), author, illustrator.

Small Blue is afraid that all sorts of frightening things are lurking in the dark, but as Big Brown takes her through a dark house to warm some milk, he suggests preposterous alternatives.

Bedtime monsters —Schneider, Josh, 1980- author, illustrator.

A young boy conquers his fear of bedtime monsters after making a surprising discovery.

Owly & Wormy. Bright lights and starry nights! —Runton, Andy, author, illustrator.

On a slightly scary camping trip to study stars in the night sky, Owly and Wormy make new friends.

Benny's boxcar sleepover —Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979, author.

More than anything, Benny wants to have a sleepover in the boxcar in Grandfather's backyard. When Henry tells Benny to call Michael and Tyler to see if they can spend the night, Benny is thrilled. Thrilled, that is, unti...

Three classic Franklin stories —Bourgeois, Paulette.

A collection of three classic stories about Franklin the turtle.

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