Here is a magical bedtime story, sure to inspire readers with its message of friendship and kindness.
Nina is afraid of the dark. Luckily she has a nightlight, but one night the power goes out. What can Nina do to keep the shadows from creeping in? She catches a firefly to keep her company. But soon it’s clear that what works for Nina is not good for her new friend, and so Nina has to make a decision.
This is a story that celebrates the joy of doing the right thing—even when it’s not easy to do—with stunning black-and-white illustrations and fireflies represented by glowing spots of color—perfect to capture the effect of this heartwarming fantasy for the youngest child.
Fun, bright illustrations that may help a small child feel better in the dark.
<b>Gabriel Alborozo</b> previously worked as a cartoonist for such magazines as <i>Private Eye </i>and <i>Punch</i>, but his first love is and has always been creating art for children. He is the author and illustrator of <i>The Mouse and the Moon</i>, <i>Good Night, Firefly</i>, and<i> The Colour Thief</i>, among other favorites. A citizen of both England and Australia, Gabriel is no stranger to making new friends. He lives by the sea in England.