A Home for All Seasons


Imagine a child building a fort: the borrowed sheet, draped like a nomad's tent over a kitchen table, hangs just low enough to hide the mysterious, newborn space beneath. Furnished inside with pillows, a flashlight, and a few favorite toys, the fort isn't as flimsy as it seems. In the eyes and mind of a child, it's a blissfully safe and secret place. A place secure enough to withstand the force of imaginary hurricanes, storms at sea, even an invasion of aliens from outer space. 

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Published by Harry Abrams