Night Walk by Jill Newsome

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Flute the cat and Daisy the dog are friends. Daisy loves to go out, while Flute likes to stay at home. But one night, when Daisy needs help during a visit to the park, Flute discovers she can be brave. She also discovers that some things—including her preference for a quiet house—will never change.

Funny, affectionate illustrations that perfectly capture the personalities of shy Flute and rambunctious Daisy accompany this jaunty tale of adventure and friendship, which offers reassurance for nighttime anxieties and a cozy ending that’s just right for bedtime.

About Jill Newsome

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Jill Newsome has worked as a painter and teacher for over twenty years. She and her husband, Claudio Munoz, have collaborated on twoother boks, SHADOW and DREAM DANCER. They live in Bath, England, with their two daughters. Claudio Munoz was born in Chile and moved to England as a young man. His drawings have appeared in many major newspapers and magazines. His illustrations for children's books have been short-listed for the Mother Goose and Smarties awards, and in 1997 he won the French Prix du Livre de la Mer for Le Petit Capitaine (The Little Captain). Claudio is also a regular contributor to The Economist.
Published October 1, 2002 by Andersen Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Husband-and-wife team Newsome and Muñoz (Dream Dancer) trot out a frisky if familiar tale of a homebody cat who ventures outside with her more daring canine companion.

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