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I Walk at Night by Lois Duncan
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I Walk at Night

by Lois Duncan, Lou Fancher (Illustrator), Steve Johnson (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0670875139, Hardcover)

A child's cat takes the reader along on its adventures, transforming itself from a household pet to a prowling creature of the night. But when morning comes, the cat returns to its familiar, cuddly self.

Award-winning author Lois Duncan, known for suspenseful young adult novels like I Know What You Did Last Summer, brings her talent for drama to much younger readers. Illustrated by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher, who are well known for their use of color and striking perspectives, capture on paper the mystery of cats.

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A cat describes the ways in which it enjoys spending the day and night.

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