100 Days of Sunlight


Product Details

$16.99  $15.80
Abbie Emmons
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.25 X 0.73 inches | 0.89 pounds

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About the Author

Abbie Emmons has been writing stories ever since she could hold a pencil. What started out as an intrinsic love for storytelling has turned into her life-long passion. There's nothing Abbie likes better than writing (and reading) stories that are both heart- rending and humorous, with a touch of cute romance and a poignant streak of truth running through them. Abbie is also a YouTuber, writing coach, filmmaker, big dreamer, and professional waffle-eater. When she's not writing or dreaming up new stories, you can find her with her nose in a book or binge-watching BBC Masterpiece dramas in her cozy Vermont home with a cup of tea. If you want to see Abbie in her element (ranting about stories) just type her name into YouTube and search.


"When Tessa temporarily loses her eyesight after a car accident, she feels depressed and angry until she meets Weston. Weston is cute, optimistic, always smiling and, unknown to Tessa, missing both legs. Over the course of 100 days, Weston teaches Tessa to "look" for the good in her life. I breezed through this warm and fuzzy story! It had me laughing out loud, shedding a few tears and rooting for Tessa and Weston. A great uplifting read!"
- Reader Review

"100 Days of Sunlight by Abbie Emmons is a rare gem of a book, from the gorgeous cover, all the way through to the final page. I was completely charmed by the story of Tessa and Weston, and loved bearing witness to their beautiful journey. This is an emotional, heart-rending read that will trigger all of the feels, and will have you falling in love with Tessa and Weston. Beautifully written and stunningly profound, I devoured every insightful word of this story. I highly recommend treating yourself to this lovely book."
- Reader Review

"100 Days of Sunlight is a book that works for both middle grade and high school students. ... As the mom of a middle grade reader, I will definitely purchase a copy of this (when it is available in book form) for my 12 year old to read. As a high school English teacher, I also feel that this will be a great addition to our school library due to the content and the powerful message of hope and resilience."
- Teacher Review

"I absolutely loved this book. Tessa and Weston were both really interesting characters.Their journey was fantastic. ... This is an extremely clean YA book, so it's a great book for pre-teens and teens."
- Librarian Review

"I quite enjoyed this novel, it was a quick read but positive, uplifting and very much what you need for a pick me up. The themes of disability and healing are treated beautifully and I particularly loved how much it stressed 'there's nothing you can't do'. ... I would recommend this to anyone who wanted to have some positive and good and healthy disability representation in their lives."
- Reader Review

"I absolutely adored this book and will purchase a copy for my classroom library when it is published. What a cute twist on YA love story. ... This would also be great to be adapted to a movie as well."
- Teacher Review

"This was a compellingly sweet story of two teenagers finding first love in the most charmingly unfortunate way. Everything about it feels so raw and realistic. I look forward to reading more of her work in the future."
- Bookseller Review

"Emmons crafts beautiful characters, whose lives you can't help but dive headfirst into, whose goals and ambitions become your own as quickly as their trials and conflict. She possesses an understanding of the hope that comes with a teenage love and the heartbreak which so often holds its hand. Bringing you back to a time when you first felt that fleeting rush of butterflies and adrenaline and transporting you into another world. ... Her book makes the ordinary extraordinary, within her writing she uncovers the joy of everyday life and gives you a feeling of optimism that will last long after you've turned the final page."
- Reader Review