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  • ISBN: 076367642X
  • ISBN: 9780763676421
  • Physical Description: print
    26 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 24 x ... Read More
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, ... Read More

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How can a firefly find the one, among so many? ... Read More
Target Audience Note:
Ages 3-7.
Subject: Fireflies
American poetry

  • Baker & Taylor
    A firefly seeks her one true mate among thousands of flickering firefly lights that sparkle in the night, in a story told through lyrical text and evocative photographs. By the award-winning creators of Step Gently Out and Sweep Up the Sun.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Simple poetic language and close-up photographs invite readers to join two fireflies as they try to find each other among the many flashing firefly lights on a summer evening.
  • Baker & Taylor
    "On a summer evening, just as the stars blink on, a firefly steps into a flower. Lights start to flash all around her--first one, then three, seven. Hundreds. Thousands. How will she find just one flash among so many? And will he see her flash in return?"--
  • Random House, Inc.
    How can a firefly find the one, among so many? Exquisite photographs and poetic text evoke a sense of mystery and magic.

    On a summer evening, just as the stars blink on, a firefly lands on a flower. Lights start to flash all around her — first one, then three, seven. Hundreds. Thousands. How will she find just one flash among them? And will he see her flash in return? In evocative photographs and lyrical language, Rick Lieder and Helen Frost, creators of the critically acclaimed Step Gently Out and Sweep Up the Sun, offer a true story of how two fireflies come together after finding each other’s light among thousands of others.
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