Good Night, Chickie by Emile Jadoul

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Mother Hen has put Chickie to bed. But Chickie's stuffed friend Bunny isn't ready to sleep yet — he can't hear Mother Hen; he needs to go to the bathroom; he's scared of the dark and the noises he hears. But Mother Hen is always there to reassure them, until at last both Bunny and Chickie are satisfied. This endearing bedtime story will resonate with any parent who has ever struggled to convince a child to go to sleep, and will comfort any child who has needed just one more thing before falling asleep.

About Emile Jadoul

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Emile Jadoul is the author and illustrator of numerous books for children, including Where Are They All Going?, Push Me Higher!, and Look Out! It's The Wolf! Emile lives in Belgium, out in the country, where he often sees the sort of animals, pigs, foxes, and sometimes even bears that inspire his colorful illustrations.
Published November 19, 2010 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. 26 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But Bunny gets scared and Bunny needs to go to the bathroom and Bunny needs one last kiss.

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