4 edition of Paper nights found in the catalog.
by Annick Press, Distributed in Canada and the USA by Firefly Books in Toronto, Canada, Willowdale, Ont
Written in English
A little boy cuts out paper animals to keep him company at bedtime and one night cuts out a little man who takes him on a wonderful journey.
|Statement||story by Pierre Filion ; from an idea by Gilles Tibo.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.T4333 Pap 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||1550372254, 1550372246|
|LC Control Number||92234251|
Nightjohn is a young adult novel by Gary Paulsen, first published in It is about slavery in the American South shortly before the time of the American Civil was later made into a movie of the same name.. Plot summary. The novel is set on the Waller plantation in the Southern United States in the early s. The narrator and protagonist of the story is a young female African Author: Gary Paulsen. It would be foolish to believe that the true Margo appears in Paper Towns, because the book is narrated through the eyes of Quentin who we know is unable to see the most true version of Margo because of his human inability to see people exactly as they are (combined with his attempts and, to some extent, failures to quash his false idolization.
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The Paper Towns movie may have made some changes from the book's take on the pranks, but regardless, seeing Q and Margo race through town, enacting revenge on their enemies, is highly entertaining. There’s something simple and special, however, about reading a classic paper book that e-books seem to lack. Recently, I was reading before bed while I drank a cup of chamomile tea, and I found that it not only relaxed me, but I fell asleep almost immediately, I slept soundly through the entire night, and I woke up feeling refreshed.
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