Review: The Night the Stars Went Out

A darling reminder... (5 stars)

When a hard working alien has to visit Earth to find what he needs to fix the stars he learns a very important lesson. While this is a book that kids will adore, I think the message of not taking everything so seriously, will really resonate with hard working moms and dads. I know I felt a tiny bit chastised as I read it to my 6 year old. A really good one to read at bedtime! 

Notes: ARC received via NetGalley.

The Night the Stars Went Out
by Suz Hughes
Release Date: October 1, 2016
Space, Friendship
Print (32 pages, CAPSTONE)
Alien was the star controller for the entire galaxy, which was a big job for a very little alien. One night something disastrous happens, and Alien faces the biggest problem of his life. Will Alien be able to fix the stars? With a focus on friendship and problem solving, this picture book is a treat for everyone. (Ages 3-7)

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