The day Summer grew out of her toddler phase, or the day she lost her innocence, was the day she really started to notice things. She noticed the sun and the sky and the stars. She saw more things about her friends than she did before. Summer noticed the birds that ate their seed, and the creek that ran through the neighborhood. Beautiful, she thought, day after day. Magnificent.
If anyone asked her what her life was like, she would have described it as "perfect" or, "the best life in the world". If you asked her what her favorite hobbies were, it would take her a whole decade to answer you. But she loved to play. She wouldn't care if she missed breakfast, lunch, and dinner just to stay outside.
Everyone always thought she was a very interesting person. And she could laugh like no other. Along with her wonderful personality, her laugh is something extraordinary. It's like when she laughed, others couldn't help but to start laughing as well. She laughed when there was no..
This book starts out kind of slow, but it gets more exciting between the middle and the end.
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