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Today’s story takes place in the moments right after a little girl feels a tap on her shoulder, before she’s had a chance to turn all the way around to see who or what may have been trying to get her attention. Written in the first person, tiny people can experience Alex’s excitement right along with her as she imagines who might be on the other side of that tap. This unique story touches on the power of imagination; friendship; and finding magic in the everyday.
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