The Longest Night
It is the longest night of the year, and the snow lies deep. All through the forest, animals long for dawn's warmth. Strong and clever creatures boast that only they can bring back the sun. But the wind knows better. The wind calls Chickadee, whose simple song wakes the sun. In this lyrical story from Marion Dane Bauer with breathtaking watercolors by Ted Lewin, it will take a tiny and gentle creature to summon a new day.
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Review: The Longest NightUser Review - Megan Morris - Goodreads
I really liked this book. It showed really nice features in the pictures. The pictures were beautiful and they put you into the setting well. The words go well with the pictures and they work well ... Read full review
Review: The Longest NightUser Review - Dione Basseri - Goodreads
The sun has gone down, and all the animals of the forest claim they will raise it with strength and cleverness, but it is only the little chickadee which can bring the sun back with a song. I just...I ... Read full review