Lighthouse Lullaby by Kelly Briggs

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On a snowy nineteenth-century winter night, the lighthouse keeper and his daughter bring in the farm animals before the little girl goes to bed, secure in the knowledge that her father is up in the lighthouse, keeping watch to protect passing ships.

About Kelly Briggs

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Published January 1, 2001 by Down East Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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/ Underneath her handstitched quilt, / Tired arms embrace a teddy bear.” The surfaces of Briggs’s pointillist pictures look finely sponged, softening colors and lines while spreading each scene with a clear, mild light.

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Only three scenes feature the ocean: an introductory image of the exterior of the lighthouse, the father standing guard in the lighthouse tower and, lastly, a schooner passing the lighthouse at night.

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