The Resource Where does the sun go at night?
- Where does the sun go at night?
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- Adapted from an Armenian song by Mirra Ginsburg ; pictures by Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey
- Every night the sun goes to the house of his grandma, the deep blue sky, is tucked in bed by his grandpa, the wind, and is awakened the following day by the morning
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