A Summertime Song
One warm summer night, a frog jumped into Lucy's room with an invitation for her to a birthday party and a magic paper party hat. Lucy put it on, and out in the garden, when a moonbeam touched the hat, Lucy was as little as a leaf. So begins Lucy's wonderful adventure.
- Hardback | 32 pages
- 284.48 x 317.5 x 7.62mm | 544.31g
- 01 Apr 1997
- Prentice Hall (a Pearson Education Company)
- Prentice Hall & IBD
- Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom
- colour illustrations
The Washington Post Irene Haas's latest work may be called A Summertime Song, but it is a picture book for all seasons...I can think of no more sumptuous effort in the history of American picture books...Here is a lush, oversized volume with generous, cream-colored pages and the heady fragrance of old printer's ink. It looks and smells like a classic...Haas has captured that early moment in one's life when the whole world is full of wonders, just before the Wild Things set in...Savor A Summertime Song.