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The Light in Me Sees the Light in You

Something magical happens when a little girl encounters a small red bird — the two instantly see eye-to-eye, and see that there is something in each other that transcends time and space. They become fast friends and connect over their love of listening to the wind, looking at clouds, splashing in puddles, and eating snacks. The bird can fly, so the girl pretends she can too.

Then one day her beloved bird is gone and life isn't the same. The girl is lonely, but the bird visits her in her dreams and she is comforted as they fly together. And as the days pass, the wind, the clouds, and the rain all help her remember her friend and feel the spark of her friend's light still shining within herself. The creator of the beloved Maple books pays tribute to the power of friendship and the bonds that endure after the loss of a loved one.

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"With only a feather to remember Poppy by, Robin is left lonely and alone. Yet after a dream of flying with Poppy, the child feels their friend in so many places: 'The light in you will always be part of the light in me'.... An exquisitely gentle introduction to loss." — Kirkus Reviews

Product Details

Recommended Age 3 - 7
Author Lori Nichols
Illustrator Lori Nichols
ISBN 0399544852
Publication Date Mar 16, 2021
Publisher Nancy Paulsen Books
Language English