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Throwback Monday: It Is Night

In 1953, Harper & Row published Phyllis Rowand’s original It Is Night, and 61 years later, Greenwillow is proud to re-imagine the timeless story with new art by Laura Dronzek. The latest version—which goes on sale 4/22/14—features a different layout and brighter colors, but the artwork remains just as dreamy as the original, and still perfect for bedtime.

3 Comments

  1. Bonnie Traher says:

    Will have to be on the lookout for this book. Any chance there will be a contest?

  2. Sahil says:

    Thank you very much for the suggestions. I just put a hold on the Birds book (our lttile guy loves birds). I wish our library had the Gillingham titles; they sound perfect for our 15 month old; we’ll have to keep an eye out for them.

  3. Paul says:

    / ~As I read along, I felt as if I was walking those enedsls miles through the desert. I felt the blistering heat of the sun and the coldness as night fell. I felt Elisa’s pain as she pushed herself beyond exhaustion.~that over there sold me I need this book!

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