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Who's Afraid of the Dark? (I Can Read…

Who's Afraid of the Dark? (I Can Read Book 1)

by Crosby Bonsall

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This was a cute picturebook about a little boy afraid of the dark but constantly told his friend is dog was afraid. The little girl suggests that he hug his dog so it would not be scared. Which he does and they both fall asleep in the boys bed.

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It is important to listen to friends, sometimes they can help you solve problems.

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1. This would be a good book to read to students and let them express some of their fears and things that helped them overcome the fear.
2. It is and early reader so have a small group students take turns reading a page aloud. ( )
  PaulaWilds123- | Sep 11, 2011 |
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Who's afraid of the dark?

Every night at bedtime, Stella the dog shakes and shivers. She sees scary shapes and hears scary noises. Stella is afraid of the dark! At least that's what her owner says. But that might not be the whole story. . . .

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A small boy projects his fear of the dark onto his dog.

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