Sometimes Rain (Hardcover)
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It’s Poetry Month, and we want to share this beautifully poetic book that shows friends playing outside in all sorts of weather. April in Colorado can move from sun to rain to snow and back again in the blink of an eye—what better time to read a celebration of the seasons? The rhyming text is great for kids to learn on their own, and the gorgeous illustrations include plenty to examine and imagine time after time. A joy to pull out any time of year!— Bethany Strout, Director of Buying
Celebrate the four seasons of the year and all of the fun that comes with them with this lyrical, rhyming picture book from the author of I Heart You.
Sometimes it rains, sometimes it snows, sometimes the sun shines, and sometimes the trees change color. But no matter what the seasons bring, there is lots of fun to be had! This lyrical exploration of the four seasons and all of the wonder that they bring is illustrated with vibrant watercolors.
About the Author
Meg Fleming is the author of I Heart You; Ready, Set, Build!; Sometimes Rain; and other books for children. Also a voice teacher, Meg draws on her love of rhythm, rhyme, and lyricism to create and imagine stories. She lives outside of San Francisco with her husband and three kids. Visit her at MegFleming.net.
Diana Sudyka is a Chicago-based illustrator. Early on, she created screen-printed gig posters for musicians but currently her illustration work focuses on young adult, middle grade, and children’s books. She has illustrated several volumes of the award-winning book series The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart and Circus Mirandus by Cassie Beasley, as well as the picture books Sometimes Rain by Meg Fleming, What Miss Mitchell Saw by Hayley Barrett, and How to Find a Bird by Jennifer Ward. Visit her at DianaSudyka.com.