Sarah and her cousins are all set for a sleepover weekend complete with hot chocolate, pillow fights, and ghost stories—until the power goes out in a storm and plunges them into total darkness. Sarah isn't worried. She is able to guide the rest of the girls safely through the pitch-black house because she is comfortable moving in the dark; Sarah is blind.
Disability and Health; Physical disability; blind; blind child
Best Children's Books of the Year, 2002 Five to Nine Today
children; parent; farm; sleepover; games; cousins; lights
Rodriguez, Bobbie, "Sarah's Sleepover" (2000). Diverse Families. 1625.