Rainy days are anything but boring!
This beautifully illustrated book helps little ones practice their 1,2,3s while they follow along with all the fun things to do on a rainy day. Bright and bold collage illustrations introduce a variety of prints and materials as the reader journeys through the stages of a rainy day--from the first sign of clouds on the horizon to the rainbow in the sky when the sun re-appears.
Numbers are spelled out and written, so littles ones can practice both numeral and word recognition while they spot bright umbrellas, puddles, and other elements of rainy days. A warm snack of samosas and tea will also encourage diversity discussions with children.
Author: Shobha Vishwanath
Illustrator: Ashwathy P.S. and Anusha Sundar
Publisher: Karadi Tales
Shobha Viswanath combines counting skills with the art of storytelling to create a timeless board book for early readers.
Illustrators Ashwathy P.S. and Anusha Sundar use a combination of collages, photography, and design to stunningly capture a rainy day.
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