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Sophie and Sammy's Library Sleepover (original 1993; edition 1993)
by Judith Caseley (Author)
Sophie and Sammy's Library Sleepover by Judith Caseley (1993)
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Sophie loved to read books, and Sammy loved to throw them. And so the night of the library sleepover, Sophie went and Sammy stayed home.
And what a night it was! Everyone -- even Mrs. Terry the librarian -- was wearing pajamas or nightgowns. Mrs. Terry lit a candle and read stories. Sophie loved it all, and she knew Sammy would have loved it, too.
The next night, with a little help from her mother, Sophie let Sammy share the magic. She set up a book bed, and they had a library sleepover -- at home. It was such fun that Sammy gave up book throwing -- and Sophie decided to be a librarian when she grew up.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:23 -0400)
A loving and sensitive book-loving little girl teaches her brother to enjoy books.
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