The good vibes drift from neighbor to neighbor on the summer night that Laura puts a record on and dances in her room. Two...

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ONE SUMMER NIGHT

The good vibes drift from neighbor to neighbor on the summer night that Laura puts a record on and dances in her room. Two girls across the street see her dancing and start to sing, an old man hears them and sits down to play the piano, and by the time Laura's record is over people are dancing and singing on the sidewalk--and Laura, looking out, calls her mother and brother to see ""the party on the street."" Another of Schick's mellow, low-keyed songs to the city, with fat ladies, drying laundry, overflowing trash cans and the rest all seen through a softening summer haze.

Pub Date: April 4, 1977

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Greenwillow/Morrow

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1977