When a mole named Jackson moves into his new underground home, he is surprised to
discover he is not alone. An attic ghost, a  basement boogeyman, and a piano pixie live there too!

Exhausted from unpacking all day, Jackson is kept awake all night by the eerie OO-EEEeee
OO-EEEeee OO-ing, the bothersome BOOGETY WOOGETY WOO-ing, and the ceaseless
PLINK PLUNK-ing. Now Jackson is SO tired, he pours orange juice on his cereal and
puts ketchup on his toast. He washes his face with toothpaste and brushes his teeth with soap.

Jackson politely asks the noisy nocturnal creatures to quiet down, but none know how to occupy
themselves in a non-noisy way. If Jackson is ever going to get some sleep, he must find the perfect
activity to keep each of his nighttime guests quietly entertained.

A funny little bedtime story with a creative problem-solving twist,
Jackson’s Noisy Nighttime
Guests
will put kids — and their fears — to rest.
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