Lights Out! by Robie Rogge
  

Synopsis

Lights Out! by Robie Rogge

This is a revised edition of our classic bedtime lock-and-key journal for girls aged 7 to 11. In addition to the timeless and fun text of the original, this edition comes with an updated cover and interior illustrations as well as an ingenious retractable reading light built into the spine.

About the Author

Robie Rogge works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Her previous Chronicle titles include: Lights Out! , Night Writing , Camp Confidential Diary , and Hanukkah Lights.

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Book Info

Format

Diary
144 pages

Author

Robie Rogge
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

8th February 2008

ISBN

9780811862233


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