Every evening the sun sets over the pond. And every evening, Jeremy feels afraid. Dad reads him a story and Mom comes to give him his goodnight hugs and kisses, but once they've left, he begins to hear terrible noises under his bed. Scritch scratch scraww plop. . . . What can it be?
Kitty Crowther was born in Brussels and lives in Wallonia, Belgium. She has created over forty books, many of which have been translated into other languages. In 2010, Crowther won the most prestigious award for children's literature: the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.
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"Jeremy is afraid of the dark, so when he hears strange, scary sounds, it's impossible for him to fall asleep. Only after he's climbed into the warmth of his parents' bed and his mommy's arms is he able to do so. But now it's Dad who's being kept awake by his wriggly little frog, so he goes down the hall to Jeremy's room. There, he quickly falls asleep but is startled awake by eerie sounds. Dad realizes there is only one way to solve the mystery of the scritch scratch squaww plop, and that is--together!"--Page 2 of dust jacket.… (more)