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Night Becomes Day by Richard McGuire
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bookshelves: childrens, fiction, picture-books, reviewed
Recommended for: bedtime reading; for young children
Read on July 27, 2011

This looks like a book from when I was young; I was surprised that it’s less than two decades old. It’s suitable for the very youngest child as the story is short, with not too many words on each page, and the illustrations are colorful and eyecatching. I think young kids will like seeing how one thing becomes the other and how it goes full circle; actually, quiet a few facts are taught about what can become what. Because of the way the “story” ends, and because of its quietness, it would make an excellent bedtime story.

I have it on my fiction shelf but in a way it’s a non-fiction book; at least its components are true/non-fiction.

3 ½ stars
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Lisa Vegan Yes, I first thought that maybe it was another one I'd missed when I was younger. Interesting about that essay; I wonder if it's online. I might do a search, though this (long) weekend is already too full, and more glitches that keep happening that make it fuller & fuller.


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