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The Northern Lights, like no other natural wonder, capture the imagination of young and old. This delightfully crafted book spins an eager tale for all to enjoy. From the tiny wren to the motherly bear, the forest creatures draw the reader into their enchanted life and help us all celebrate the awe of the aurora borealis!
Alli Briden’s Bright Winter Night is a true gem of a find. Ashling Lindsay’s art is playful, vibrant, and relatable for children.
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What I like most about the book besides the art is how the flow vibes poetry.
The segments of info are short leaving room to explore the visuals.
For an activity, this would be a fun book to add pages. Meaning pick animals that aren’t mentioned. Add poetic details for each like how to book embraces each animal’s unique qualities through creative writing and art.
Great read for this time of year with children. Reminds me of Jan Britt’s The Mitten for the landscape and many cold weather animals.
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The winter is just around the corner, and the book is just published at the right time. It reminds me that the cold days will fall, and beautiful snow scene will come. All of this is from the unique color these. The author uses blue to illustrate it. Animals are cute. Most interestingly, rhythms are everywhere in the text. Overall, this is a nice book for kid at this point of the year. If the font of the text could be more lovely, it will be perfect.
My 4yo enjoyed this rhyming, lyrical story about animals coming together to build a sleigh to see the Northern Lights. This was the first time he had heard about the Northern Lights. He was amazed after I showed him photos, that he asked me to go see them.