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Grover is apprehensive about spending his first night away from home, at Betty Lou's house, but his fears dissolve under the gracious hospitality of Betty Lou and her mother.
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Grover is nervous about staying at a friend's house for the first time away from home. What if she thinks him babyish for wanting a nightlight? What if she doesn't have his favorite cereal? Good to show kids that the first-time nervous fears of being away from home are normal. ( )
  Stacy_Krout | Nov 30, 2020 |
This is a "growing-up" book for young children. It can help them get ready to spend the night away from home.
My mother read this book to me the first time I spent the night at my friend's house.
  TimiF | Apr 15, 2009 |
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