by Kazuno Kohara
Perfect for bedtime reading, pay a visit to the Midnight Library where you can snuggle up for a nighttime story.
There is a little library that only opens at night. In the library there is a little librarian and her three assistant owls who helps everyone find the perfect book. The library is always peaceful and quiet . . . until one night when some of the animals stir up a little trouble (and a little fun ) in the Midnight Library.
From Kazuno Kohara, creator of the "New York Times" Best Illustrated book "Ghosts in the House " comes a beautiful book brimming with cozy charm."
The Midnight Library
Kazuno Kohara grew up in Japan and studied printmaking in the UK. She lives in Osaka, Japan.
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Publish Date: June 2014
Page Count: 32
Reading Level: Ages 3-6
- Juvenile Fiction > Books & Libraries - Books and reading
- Bedtime & Dreams - Animals
- Imagination & Play - Nocturnal animals