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Good Night, Firefly by Gabriel Alborozo
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Good Night, Firefly

by Gabriel Alborozo

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The story begins with a young girl named Nina who is scared of the dark. She turns on a nightlight in her room to help her sleep, but one night the electricity went out. She noticed many scary shadows throughout her house which caused her to become frightened and not be able to sleep. She saw a soft yellow glow through her window and realized there were fireflies. She went outside and caught one in a jar and brought it inside to have a golden glowing nightlight. She could not fall asleep so she did multiple things with the firefly, such as read books, play with dolls, and create shadows. Throughout her time with the firefly she realized that the fireflies light was becoming dim. She tried multiple things to make the firefly become bright gain, but nothing worked. She then realized that she needed to take it outside and let it out of the jar The firefly flew up towards all the other fireflies in the tree and shined brightly. She went back inside and opened up her window in order for the soft light from the fireflies to glow inside. ( )
  CarlyOHaro | Feb 15, 2017 |
little girl is scared of the dark, she saw fireflies outside, caught one and now keeps it in her room so she's never in the dark. she tried to make the light brighter by using different things for the firefly but eventually she let the firefly go outside cause that's where they made the brightest light.
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  TUCC | Aug 4, 2016 |
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When the power goes off one night, Nina conquers her fear of the dark by going out and trapping one of the fireflies lighting up the sky, and she has fun playing with him until she realizes his light is growing ever dimmer and she must set him free.

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