Twilight chant

by Thompson, Holly,

Format: Print Book 2018
Availability: Available at 6 Libraries 6 of 7 copies
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Bethel Park Public Library Picture Books PB THOMPSON Holly
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Carnegie Library of Homestead Juvenile Picture Book J PIC Thom
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Northern Tier Regional Library Picture Book J PB THOMP
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A lyrical exploration of the transition between day and night and of the animals who thrive during this special time.

As day slips softly into night, sharp eyes catch glimpses of the special creatures who are active at dusk.

Lyrical text and lush art capture the richness and life of this magical time in a sumptuous picture book that will inspire budding naturalists and anyone who has ever chased a lightning bug at twilight. An author's note about twilight is included.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Just after sunset, two girls and their father leave the shore and walk home along a path that follows a stream through open fields. The verse text and luminous watercolor, colored-pencil, and pastel illustrations focus on a series of animals that can be seen along the way: egrets, swallows, bats, June bugs, fireflies, deer, rabbits, a fox, and a cat, all intent on their own activities. The bats hunt for insects, while a rabbit flees from the fox, and the fireflies flash to attract mates. The title suits the book well, as the words have a chant-like quality, and in the artwork, the sky gradually dims from radiant rose and gold hues to deepening shades of purple at nightfall. Each set of two three-line verses leads into the next, mentioning the animal featured on the following two-page spread. Read aloud, the poetry has a quiet, mesmerizing quality. The appended note explains that at twilight, when neither nocturnal nor diurnal creatures can see well, animals adapted to dim light emerge. A lovely science picture book.--Phelan, Carolyn Copyright 2018 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects Nocturnal animals -- Juvenile fiction.
Animal behavior -- Juvenile fiction.
Twilight -- Fiction.
Animals -- Fiction.
Stories in rhyme.
Publisher Boston :2018
Contributors Betton, Jen, illustrator.
Audience Age 4-7.
Language English
Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 28 cm
ISBN 9780544586482
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