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The Night Is for Darkness
The Night Is for Darkness  , by Jonathan Stutzman and Joseph Kuefler (2-6). A family’s nighttime drive highlights the many creatures out after dark in this lulling and peaceful picture book. Fiction.
Animals at Night: A Glow-In-The-Dark Book
Animals at Night: A Glow-In-The-Dark Book , by Anne Jankeliowitch et al. (4-8). A gorgeous translated picture book with phosphorescent touches on every page highlighting nocturnal animals and bright nighttime elements. Nonfiction.
Night Animals Need Sleep Too
Night Animals Need Sleep Too , by Gianna Marino (4-8). Possum is trying to get some rest, but every cozy spot he checks is already occupied by a different nocturnal animal! Fiction.
Poisonous Slow Lorises
Poisonous Slow Lorises , by Mary Molly Shay (4-8). Learn more about the habitat, diet, and life cycle of these adorable, venomous mammals. Nonfiction.
Slow Lorises , by Quinn M. Arnold (4-8). A closer look at your favorite poisonous primate, the Slow Loris. Nonfiction.
In the Dark: The Science of What Happens at Night
In the Dark: The Science of What Happens at Night , by Lisa Deresti Betik and Josh Holinaty (6-10). A whole world comes to life when the sun goes down, and curious naturalists should enjoy exploring the science behind nocturnal activities from sleep to stars and, of course, animal behavior. Nonfiction.
The Nocturnals: The Mysterious Abductions, by Tracey Hecht (6-10). An unusual assortment of nocturnal animals band together to solve a mystery of missing creatures, kicking off a series of detective capers with the critters. Fiction.