Partly Cloudy (Hardcover)

Partly Cloudy By Deborah Freedman, Deborah Freedman (Illustrator) Cover Image

Partly Cloudy (Hardcover)


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What do you see when you look at clouds?

Two curious bunnies enjoy watching clouds go by. But when they look at the sky, they each see something completely different! While one bunny likes to use his imagination and sees cotton candy or whipped cream, the other bunny can only see the science behind them. Together they learn that cloud watching is much more fun when they can see it through each other's eyes.

With extensive back matter about the many kinds of clouds and the water cycle, celebrated author and illustrator Deborah Freedman once again combines the educational with the whimsical, while introducing young readers to two irresistible characters who see the power of possibility.
Deborah Freedman is the author and illustrator of many critically acclaimed books for children, including Blue Chicken, Shy, and Carl and the Meaning of Life. Her most recent book, Tiny Dino, received three starred reviews and was a Kirkus Reviews best book of the year. She loves to watch the clouds and paint them from her home in Connecticut.

You can visit her at or follow her on Instagram @FreedmanIllustrates and Twitter @Deborah Freedman

Product Details ISBN: 9780593352670
ISBN-10: 059335267X
Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: March 5th, 2024
Pages: 40
Language: English
★ "Cirrus-ly great." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

★ "The story is grounded in science and will send children outside to look up, inspired by what they have read. A must have for primary library collections" --School Library Journal, starred review

"Creative imagination and scientific intelligence need not be exclusive, suggests this gently educational book that resists simple caricature." —Publishers Weekly

"This is a cleverly packaged science lesson that will surely bring trivia-focused kids, animal lovers, and aspiring meteorologists (or more specifically, nephologists) together. . . a perfect primer before a cloud-gazing nature walk or, better yet, for a long road trip when “I Spy” has run its course." --BCCB