In this charming picture book, best friends Penguin and Moose learn how to be strong despite their worries as they face their fear of the dark.
Penguin's excited to go to his first sleepover at his friend Moose's house! But Moose doesn't use a nightlight, and Penguin is afraid of the dark. To protect himself from the things that go bump in the night, Penguin prepares with an array of tactics and tools, including a slingshot, a football helmet, and bug spray. But when nothing works to chase Penguin's fears away, Moose shares his own trick: remembering that God is always with him. Written by best-selling author Hannah C. Hall, this second book in the charming Penguin & Moose series is the perfect bedtime story to reassure scaredy-penguins everywhere.
Hannah C. Hall is a best-selling author, speaker, and stay-at-home mom. She has written more than a dozen books for children, including the popular God Bless series, which has topped half a million in sales and includes four ECPA bestsellers. Hannah lives on a small farm in Prairie Grove, Arkansas, with her husband, five children, two dogs, one cat, and a dwindling number of chickens.
Stacy Curtis is an award-winning cartoonist, illustrator, and printmaker who draws editorial cartoons, comics, and illustrations for various publications and web sites. Stacy has illustrated several children's books including The Seven Habits of Happy Kids written by Sean Covey, the Raymond and Graham chapter book series written by Mike Knudson, and many others. Stacy lives in the Chicagoland area with his wife, daughter, and dog, Inky.