Sarah's Sleepover by Bobbie Rodriguez

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Sarah and her cousins are all set for a sleepover weekend complete with hot chocolate, pillow fights, and ghost stories--until the power goes out in a storm and plunges them into total darkness. Sarah isn't worried. She is able to guide the rest of the girls safely through the pitch-black house because she is comfortable moving in the dark; Sarah is blind.

With a warm, sensitive text and richly atmospheric illustrations, Sarah's Sleepover will prompt young readers to reflect on how a person's differences can sometimes be their greatest strength.

About Bobbie Rodriguez

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Rodriguez is a former Penguin Putnam sales rep.
Published May 1, 2000 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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A nighttime blackout allows a gathering of cousins to share for a brief spell in the blindness of a young girl.

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