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Bedtime in the Forest

by Kazuo Iwamura

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La famille des petits écureuils ne veulent pas dormir la nuit car les copines chouettes, elles, jouent. Dans la veine de la "famille souris"
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0735823103, Hardcover)

For every child who has ever begged to stay up later
 
Mick, Mack, and Molly, the three popular squirrel children, are back in action—but not when they should be. This time, they are up and out in the middle of the night. After all, the owl children are wide-awake and playing. So why can’t squirrel children stay up late and play, too?

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Mick, Mack, and Molly, three young squirrels, find themselves awake and wanting to play all night like the owl children and learn that they should be going to bed instead.

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