illus. by Marla Frazee. 36p. S. & S./Little Simon. Dec. 2017. Board $7.99. ISBN 9781534406629.
PreS—"A star is how you know it's almost night." So begins this lovely meditation on these entrancing celestial objects and how we mimic and use their shapes to make wishes, feel important, and remind ourselves to feel shiny, even when our spirits are low. Frazee also showcases the places in nature where stars can be found in different seasons of the year and how they have been gazed upon throughout the ages. The lyrical, engaging text and luminous images are perfect for one-on-one sharing at bedtime or in preparation for an evening stroll.—Luann Toth, School Library Journal

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