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MirrorMask (children's edition)
Neil Gaiman
The Unreal and the Real: Selected Stories, Volume One: Where on Earth
Ursula K. Le Guin
Betsy and Tacy Go Downtown
Maud Hart Lovelace
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde, Camille Cauti
Riders of the Purple Sage
Zane Grey
Vampires, Zombies, & Wanton Souls
Marge Simon
The Dark - Lemony Snicket, Jon Klassen Not bad. I hesitated to read this to Sigourney, thinking it might ruin darkness for her. She got through it just fine, and I actually think the book does a good job of showing that darkness is, well, dark. There's nothing inherently scary or evil about it.

Personally, I found the artwork slightly dull. Colors are muted. Pitch blackness is common. I did like the scenes where a flashlight cuts through the dark revealing at least some detail in a room. Sigourney wasn't impressed with the play of light and dark. Likable, not lovable.