“Somewhere in the City touches the heart of what it means to be a dad and love your daughter unconditionally.”
—Thomas Matlack, founder of The Good Men Project
"A beautiful and sweet story about the power of love and connection."
—Emily Esfahani Smith, author of The Power of Meaning: Crafting a Life That Matters
“All children must go to sleep—even if they live somewhere in the bustling city. In this beautifully written story, a girl waits for her dad as he rushes home to tuck her into bed. Captivating and soothing at the same time—a must-read for all.”
—Mary Logue, author of Sleep Like a Tiger and the Claire Watkins mystery series
"Kids need the stability that comes with certainty. That's why you can count on this book to be a winner."
—Betsy Bird, creator of School Library Journal's A Fuse #8 Production Blog
"Everyone knows you can count numbers. This delightful book also shows children they can count on people, including themselves."
—Laurie Wallmark, award-winning children’s author
"Count On Me 123 reminds children that their world is full of people who care for and about them. And, that children can count on each other and themselves for love and kindness too. A much needed reminder for all of us."
—Caren Stelson, author of A Bowl Full of Peace: A True Story and Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivor's Story