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A sweet story of a father and daughter's cozy day together as they wait for a storm to pass
When rain interrupts their outdoor play, a girl and her father retreat indoors to wait out the storm. As lightning cracks and thunder booms, they each have their own ideas of things they can do together on a rainy day.
Told through spare text and bold sound effects, Sarah LuAnn Perkins' unique linocut-like textured illustrations create a fun read-aloud experience for both reader and listener.
About the Author
Sarah LuAnn Perkins loves creating stories and pictures filled with whimsy and wonder. She has a BFA in Illustration from Brigham Young University. She lives in Upstate NY with her husband and two kids, who help remind her when it rains that puddles are really fun to jump in--she tends to forget without their help.
"A sonically rich story that captures the simple joys of rainy days at home." --Kirkus Reviews
"This is a tale both about the weather and about weathering disappointment. The joyful puddle-jumping “FWOOSH!” that ends the book should have preschoolers looking forward to rainy days." --The Horn Book