Dawn, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
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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Beautiful story, stunning illustrationsUser Review - Tessymits - Borders
Robert Nutt has written and illustrated a beautiful tale that recalls a simpler, more innocent time before the constant glow of electronics invaded our lives. Amy, like so many of us, finds herself ... Read full review
Review: Amy's LightUser Review - P. - Goodreads
Amy's Light follows Amy on her journey through an especially dark night. We start with Amy's terror as she hides from the shadows on her walls and end with her realization that she has within herself ... Read full review