The wonder of nighttime comes to life in this breathtaking debut
When the Insomniacs move twelve time zones away for Mrs. Insomniac's new job, the family has an impossible time adapting to the change. They try everything to fall asleep at night--take hot baths, count to one thousand, sip mugs of milk--but nothing helps. Venturing out into the dark, they learn there is a whole world still awake and a beauty in their new and unconventional schedule.
Ideal for bedtime reading, this gorgeous and lyrical story celebrates nighttime's mystery and magic.
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by on October 23, 2016
- Penguin Young Readers Group, August 2012
G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
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