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Don't Climb Out of the Window Tonight

by Richard McGilvray

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This is a fun book that talks about things that are happening at night. It is all false but tales that are told to make children stay in bed. This book was also written by a 7 year old. ( )
  cbrandt | Apr 24, 2012 |
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An exploration of the imagination of a small child lying in bed wondering what might be lurking outside. Jogging giants, aliens and raining monsters prove that bed is just the cosiest and safest place to be

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Flying ghosts and jogging giants are just two of the ten very good reasons a little girl makes up so she won't climb out of her window in the middle of the night.

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