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Cozy Light Cozy Night

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It is not difficult to review picture books, especially when it is one of Elisa Kleven’s.

Cozy Light Cozy Night is filled with all the colors that define Kleven’s world. How she illustrates the beauty of reading through the seasons, with a lovely nod to Chagall in both her art and her words, is pure magic.

And if a picture is worth a thousand words, the image of adorable Amelia, homeward bound, with book-in-hand says it all.

Elisa Kleven’s books are for the whole family. They are keepers. I know because I gave this signed copy to my granddaughter Amelia.   – Sunny Solomon

Also available by Elisa Kleven: Glasswings; The Friendship Wish; Welcome Home Mouse; A Carousel Tale; The Apple Doll; Sun Bread; The Lion and the Little Red Bird; The Paper Princess; The Paper Princess Finds Her Way; The Paper Princess Flies Again; Ernst; The Puddle Pail; The Wishing Ball; Hooray A Piñata!; The Dancing Deer and the Foolish Hunter; A Monster in the House; One Little Chicken; The Weaver; Wish; Abuela; Isla; De Colores; Diez Deditos; Fiestas; City of Angeles; The City by the Bay; Our Big Home; The Whole Green World; The Magic Maguey; B is for Bethlehem; Angels Watching Over Me; In every tiny Grain of Sand; Snowsong Whistling.

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