Summer Is Here (Hardcover)

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Summer Is Here (Hardcover)

By Renée Watson, Bea Jackson (Illustrator)


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New York Times bestselling creators Renée Watson and Bea Jackson offer a picture book ode to a picture-perfect summer day, from sunrise to sunset.

Summer is here!
No dark clouds in the sky,
it's a perfect day for play.
What joy will summer bring me today?

Summer is finally here, and she's bringing the most perfect day! From sunup to sundown, there's so much to do on this lovely summer day. With summer comes fresh fruit, sweet and tangy, jump ropes for leaping and dancing, and friends at the pool swimming and floating. Summer brings family cookouts under shady trees, gardens overflowing, and the familiar song of the ice-cream truck. This beautiful ode to all the season's sensations follows one girl's perfect day in an exploration of joy, family, friendship, sunshine, and wonder.

Her stars shimmer like spilled glitter across the sky.
I whisper a wish and say goodbye to the day.
I wish summer would stay.

Renée Watson celebrates iconic childhood joys in this love letter to summer featuring bright, sun-drenched art from Bea Jackson.

Bea Jackson is the award-winning artist of beloved picture books such as Hair Like Mine by Latashia M. Perry and the New York Times bestseller Parker Looks Up by Parker and Jessica Curry. She lives in Detroit, Michigan.
Product Details ISBN: 9781547605866
ISBN-10: 1547605863
Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books
Publication Date: May 7th, 2024
Pages: 40
Language: English

“An utterly immersive celebration of the boundless joys of summer--may they never end!” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“Jackson employs bright light and sunlit hues to capture the ease and lengthy rhythms of an enjoyable summer's day, while sensate prose from Watson leads beat-by-beat . . . a yearning celebration of a fleeting season.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Just about everything readers could wish for from a summer day. The text and pictures are a feast for the senses.” —Booklist