When Emma shared the cover of Letters to the Lighthouse on social media, I knew I had to read it. There was something alluring about the lighthouse sat upon its rocky outcrop; bright, white beams forking out into a honeyed sunset. This novel felt as if the place had a story to tell as much as the people in: a theme in children’s literature that I am interested in.
Photo of Emma from her own website
Most covers of books demand a careful study – especially children’s books. Time is taken on a good cover to leave the reader guessing, speculating as to what the story would be about. I often…
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