A picture book about a multi-level apartment building's occupants and their many nighttime noises.
Told in rhyming text, a train speeds through the night, revealing the sights and colours along the way to its young and sleepy riders.
Rhyming text bids good night to the world and everything that is in it, including stars, streams, animals, and roads.
In this story without words, a boy explores the woods after dark with a flashlight.
Describes how birds tweet and bees buzz in the daylight before entirely different creatures awaken and prowl after dark.
Little Owl enjoys a lovely night in the forest visiting his friend the raccoon, listening to the frogs croak and the crickets chirp, and watching the fog that hovers overhead.
Text and illustrations describe the sights and sounds of nighttime in the country.
After wandering out at night to watch a magical star shower, a polar bear cub returns home to snuggle with her mother in their warm den.
Seven bears sneak out of bed, through the window, and across the dark countryside to investigate the source of a noise.
When he wanders into the forest at night, Felix, terrified by the ferocious animals he sees, finds refuge in an unusual undergound house.
Even though they promise not to leave the den when their mother goes out hunting for a chicken for supper, five little foxes are unable to resist going outside to play in the dark.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text explore the light that makes a house in the night a home filled with light.
Sylvie the cat persuades her boy to go into the darkness very late at night, where they are greeted by the shadows of roses and other flowers, and by nocturnal animals who whisper, "it's almost here."
Against the backdrop of the dark blue night, the text explores the colors of things, both natural and manmade, that one can see in the night, before falling asleep to dream.
One very long night, a crow, a moose, and a fox all claim they can bring back the sun, but the wind knows that only one little creature has what is needed to end the darkness.
An hour by hour look at some night workers in a city that never sleeps, including fire fighters, a museum night watchman, musicians, and newspaper pressmen.