”Quiet and reflective, as fleeting as summertime itself.” - Kirkus Reviews
"This delightful excursion into multi-generational relationships is a really refreshing look at how young people can find meaningful friendships with people of other generations." - School Library Connection
"A sweet intergenerational story with gorgeous illustrations. The message that it is necessary to look past first appearances is one that is sure to resonate with parents and caregivers." - School Library Journal
"A great book to teach empathy, kindness, and neighborly love." - Booklist
"The comics-inspired format and sensitive themes about looking deeply, questioning assumptions, and finding beauty everywhere make this memorable." - The Horn Book
"Not only a story of friendship bridging the generational divide, but it’s also a nostalgic recollection of the way summertime punctuates a childhood." - Canadian Review of Materials
"The first-person narrative makes for a very personal telling, and their story is packed with suspense, detail and warmth." - Sal's Fiction Addiction
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