In bed at night, Amy peers from under her covers at the dark shadows on the wall. But what is that flicker of light from the window? As she discovers the source of the mysterious light in her own backyard, she also learns something important about herself. The light, like many things in life, is something to be treasured but not contained, appreciated but always free. Here is a story to light one's eveningsany time of year.
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Review: Amy's LightUser Review - Newbury Town Library Youth Services - Goodreads
I felt like I was treading in Chris Van Allsburg's territory when I first spied this cover. I sure do love realistic illustrations. Happily, the story matches the pictures, as Amy is awakened one night to flash and twinkle of many fireflies outside her window. A true testament to summer magic. Read full review
Review: Amy's LightUser Review - Traci Bold - Goodreads
A beautifully written and illustrated picture book by Robert Nutt and published by Dawn Publications. Amy is scared of the dark. When hundreds of dancing lights shine through her window, her curiosity ... Read full review