Sally’s mom and dad want to stay up all night—who could even think of sleeping when there’s so much fun to be had? Playing games, baking cookies, reading just one more story—there’s no end to the excitement they have in store for Sally.
But Sally’s eyelids are getting droopy, and she’s too sleepy to play any more games. How will she convince her parents that it’s her bedtime?
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Later, Sally stares from their treehouse window as the fun-loving adults exhort her to “dance in the yard!/ Stay awake, Sally./ It isn’t that hard.” As Sally begs them to turn out her light, the parents try classic stalling tactics: “ 'Would you care for some water?’/ 'Are you sure you’re well-fe...Oct 29 2007 | Read Full Review of Stay Awake, Sally
Sally is ready for bed, but her parents decide there is still more fun to be had for this day.Jan 24 2008 | Read Full Review of Stay Awake, Sally
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