Senora Reganona by Susana Sanroman

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In this simple story about a universal childhood fear, a frightened girl keeps a light under the covers to scare away the night, whom she calls Señora Regañona (Old Grouch). But one night, she falls asleep in the dark and dreams of flying into the "starry adventure-filled sky" to find Señora Regañona and transform her into a friendly playmate. Domi's illustrations, strongly rooted in Mexican tradition, have a timeless appeal.

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Published January 1, 1997 by Diane Pub Co. 20 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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From high in the sky, the dreamer observes: ""Down below were my safe bed and my safe house sleeping soundly while we played, my new friend, Senora Reganona and I."" There Sanroman's tale abruptly ends, leaving the narrator, as well as readers, hanging--quite literally--in thin air.

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