Scaredy Squirrel dislikes dreaming badly and sleeping nightly:
Scaredy Squirrel at Night appears as Scaredy Squirrel series title #4. The 2009-released picture book predictably begins with:
• front flap with nutshell plot summary, plot complication, and three content questions and with reader suitability advisory (excluding unicorns in this case);
• prefatory pages with pre-storytime behavior modification (checking under beds); and
• rear flap with biographical extract sharing relevant experiences (dreams about Dracula, forgotten homework, Jaws, pajama-wearing to school) and fears (vampire bats) and with self-portrait at work amid wall art.
It considers cymbal-playing, scrap-booking, star-counting Scaredy's avoiding dreaming of:
• polka-dot monsters;
• unicorns; and
• vampire bats.
He consequently deals with such side effects of sleeplessness as:
• moodiness; and
• poor reflexes.