Bats at the Library

Bats at the Library

Book - 2008
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Bored with another normal, inky evening, bats discover an open library window and fly in to enjoy the photocopier, water fountain, and especially the books and stories found there.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008.
ISBN: 9780618999231
Branch Call Number: LIE
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 x 29 cm


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Nov 04, 2016

Clever! A must-read, especially at Halloween time. Having had a few real bats in the attic over the last few years, one appreciates them a bit more when they are characterized as wanting to get closer to humans in order to read good stories.

YogiMumma Jul 11, 2012

Great book! I loved it most but both boys enjoyed the rhyming and content :)

Jul 11, 2011

Cute little book about the night the bats invade the local public library. Nice illustrations.

Jun 04, 2011

An excellent book by an artist who decided to write a story that he would enjoy illustrating. The pictures are great and the story is written in rhyme, and is fairly short and to the point.

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