The Moon in My Room by Ila Wallen
(Willowbe Woods Campfire Stories)

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The Moon in My Room is a charming tale about a cuddly bear cub named Will, who is on a quest to overcome his fear of the dark. After a sleepless night, Will seeks the advice of his friends: Bandit the raccoon, Sophie the fox, Flynn the wolf, and Bunny the rabbit. Each friend shares with Will the special way they conquered their unique fears. Will realizes that he must find his own solution to overcome his fear of the dark.
 

About Ila Wallen

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Ila Wallen is a graduate of San Jose State University with a degree in Advertising and Creative Writing. She has worked in the entertainment industry for 10 years as a developer and producer of intellectual properties and television shows. In addition to that, Ila spent several summers working with young children as a camp counselor. Her experiences there challenged her to create an imaginative world where children would always feel safe. The land of Willowbe Woods and it's animal inhabitants became that place. A place to take a first step, learn something new, make new friends, and explore to your hearts content.
 
Published January 1, 2002 by Bent Willow Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Sophie the Fox offers her trampoline (" 'The dark does not scare me,' Sophie said, 'but high places used to./ Then I got a trampoline and saw sights that were new' "), while Bunny the Rabbit thinks it would be better if Will couldn't hear anything ("I think my fluffy ear muffs could be of some ...

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