Jane has a pink, warm blanket that has always been with her from the time she was a baby. When she played, it was there, when she went to sleep, it was there. However, Jane grew. And the blanket became smaller until there was only a piece of cloth left. This is the story of how Jane learned to let go of the blanket little-by-little.
I related to this book as my daughter had a blanket that she loved from the time she was born. It was interesting to see how she adapted to it as it became worn.
This was a beautiful story written by the playwright, Arthur Miller.
I was given this book by NetGalley and Dover Publication in exchange for my honest review.