Darkness Slipped in

Darkness Slipped in

Book - 2007
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Daisy is so busy playing a game that she doesn't notice that darkness has slipped into her room, but when she sees him she is not afraid, but dances with him and serves him lemonade until she becomes sleepy and says goodnight.

McMillan Palgrave

Daisy isn't afraid of Darkness when he quietly slips in through her bedroom window one evening. Together, Daisy and Darkness dance and play until bedtime. This enchanting story personifies Darkness as a friendly and welcome visitor. The bold design includes a wonderfully tactile varnish to highlight Darkness's looming shape as he fills the room. The book's striking use of black and white is enlivened by vibrant accents of hot pinks and warm yellows. The rhyming text is a delight to read aloud and will help allay a childhood fear of the dark. Darkness Slipped In has all the makings of a modern classic!



Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, c2007
ISBN: 9780753462096
Characteristics: (unpaged) ; 24 cm

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littlemissbossy Nov 20, 2010

beautiful and poetic
lovely shiny black illustrations of darkness

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