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Midnight Babies

by Margaret Wild, Ann James (Illustrator)

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Midnight Babies was about a group of babies getting together at midnight. All of the babies would hang out and feast with each other. They all had a good time sharing food. This book teaches the lesson of sharing and making new friends. I would read this book to my students and have them participate in a sharing activity. Also, the illustrations were great too. ( )
  Swelker | Sep 17, 2013 |
This book is about midnight babies that sneak out of their home to meet each other at the midnight cafe. They play, dance, and eat; then they return home before the sun comes up. ( )
  JTNguyen | Feb 2, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0618104127, Hardcover)

While her family snores away, Baby Brenda bounces out of bed and heads to the Midnight Café with her friends. It’s time for the babies to play! The mischievous toddlers are all set to dance and feast—but can they share in the fun with Baby Mario and his friends? Bright, comic illustrations capture the spirit of this uproariously funny story, perfect for the youngest reader.

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Baby Brenda and her friends have fun at the Midnight Cafe, enjoying a "wibble wobble" dance, a "jiggly-joggly" treat, and a dip in the sprinklers before going home to bed.

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