Incredible thanks to Patricia Tilton and Children’s Book Heal for this wonderful review of “The Little Lamp.”
If you haven’t yet, I hope you’ll consider checking it out:
From Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-little-lamp-dave-dellecese/1130195163
From Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Little-Lamp-Dave-Dellecese/dp/1970156988
The Little Lamp
Dave Dellecese, Author
Ada Konewki, Illustrator
Dandy Press, Fiction, Feb. 12, 2019
Suitable for Ages: 4-7
Themes: Lamp, Love, Purpose, Obsolete, Resilience, Re-purpose, Rhyme
Opening: In a tiny brick apartment, / at Jasper Drive and Main, / Lived the custest little couple / Known as Jack and Jane McShane.
Little Lamp shines his light on the Jane and Jack McShane. A gift from Gramma, it always sits on a table while they read books in the evening and sip their tea. When they have their first child, Little Lamp is beside them as they play and read books to Baby. At night time he watches the baby sleep. Little Lamp is very happy.
Then one day Jack McShane brings home a big, shiny lamp. Little Lamp is sad when he’s taken to the cold basement and set on a top shelf next…
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Thanks for sharing my review. Delightful story for children and their families!