The Elephant That Ate the Night Trade Book (Paperback)

Written By Bing Bai
Illustrated by Qingyue Li
Critically Reviewed
  1. PaperBack
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Written By Bing Bai
Illustrated by Qingyue Li
Critically Reviewed
The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears?
The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears? Read Less Description

The Elephant That Ate the Night Trade Book (Paperback)

Written By Bing Bai
Illustrated by Qingyue Li
Written By Bing Bai
Illustrated by Qingyue Li
Critically Reviewed
Critically Reviewed
The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears?
The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears? Read Less Description
The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears?
  1. PaperBack
    Price $9.95
SKU WW-NL5564
ISBN 9781478869146
Series Reycraft Books
SKU WW-NL5564
ISBN 9781478869146
Series Reycraft Books
Lexile level AD500L
Genre Fiction
Language English
BISAC Subject Headings Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Baby Animals
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Baby Animals
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings
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  • 234 Decodable Texts (6 copies of 39 Decodable Texts)
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Author & Illustrator

Bing Bai 

Bing Bai is a children author and a member of the Chinese Writers’ Association. His work has won the National Excellence in Children’s Literature Award, the Bing Xin Children’s Literacy Prize, and the Chen Bo Chui Children’s Literature Award.

Qingyue Li

Qingyue Li, also known as Qingqing LI, illustrates specifically for children’s picture books. When she’s not illustrating, she travels. She “collects” fresh suns, pieces of clouds, rain, cloth, threads and stones and thinks about how to put these things into her paintings.

Reviews

A quirky addition to the afraid-of-the-dark shelf.  —Kirkus Reviews

The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears?
Details:
SKU WW-NL5564
ISBN 9781478869146
Series Reycraft Books
Lexile level AD500L
Genre Fiction
Language English
Juvenile Fiction / A Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Baby Animals
Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings
Full Description

The baby animals in the Black Mushroom Forest are afraid of the dark. Then a special elephant arrives. Can he help them overcome their nighttime fears?

Author & Illustrator

Bing Bai 

Bing Bai is a children author and a member of the Chinese Writers’ Association. His work has won the National Excellence in Children’s Literature Award, the Bing Xin Children’s Literacy Prize, and the Chen Bo Chui Children’s Literature Award.

Qingyue Li

Qingyue Li, also known as Qingqing LI, illustrates specifically for children’s picture books. When she’s not illustrating, she travels. She “collects” fresh suns, pieces of clouds, rain, cloth, threads and stones and thinks about how to put these things into her paintings.

Reviews

A quirky addition to the afraid-of-the-dark shelf.  —Kirkus Reviews

About The Author

Adria F. Klein, Ph.D

Adria F. Klein, Ph.D., is an educational speaker, author, and expert in literacy instruction; author of children’s books; and director of a center focused on early literacy intervention at Saint Mary’s College of California. She earned her doctorate in Reading and ESL from the University of New Mexico. 

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Peter Afflerbach, Ph.D.

Peter Afflerbach, Ph.D., is Professor of Reading in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy, and Leadership at the University of Maryland. His research includes focus on reading comprehension strategies and processes, verbal reporting, reading in Internet and hypertext environments, and mindfulness. Peter’s work as an author or co-author includes Fostering Metacognitive and Independent Readers and Meaningful Reading Assessment. He earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at the University at Albany, SUNY. 

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