It is not often, in this digital age, that we get a chance to stop, to really stop and just be. Be in the moment. Be with our families. Be with our neighbors. Be one with our community. Sometimes, when the lights go out, it's a good thing. It can be magical. This book is about a family who discovers that magic during one hot summer night in the city.
My 2 year old boy really likes this book. And I do also. About family closeness. Needed now more than ever.Published 1 month ago by courtney l. harris
The point of this book is not necessarily good writing, it's more a conversation piece and a portrayal of a loving, multi-cultural family. Read morePublished 2 months ago by KF
Enjoyed reading this and discussing with my kindergarten class. They enjoyed itPublished 6 months ago by Denise W. Mitchell
Great story that I use in my classroom as well as with my students.Published 7 months ago by Phyllis B. Katsikis
This is one of our favorite summer books. It takes us right back to Brooklyn where we lived for eight years, and experienced a few summer blackouts during which we ate dinner by... Read morePublished 12 months ago by CAL
Recommended. Nice story for the kids to read. Allows children to see how the simple things can be so much fun.Published 16 months ago by D.C.