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Rain Puddle

by Adelaide Holl Bodleian Children's Books
Pub Date:
04/2017
ISBN:
9781851244690
Format:
Hbk 36 pages
Price:
AU$29.99 NZ$30.43
Product Status: Available in Approx 7 days
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Someone has fallen into the rain puddle! But who is it? Well, on that point everyone seems to disagree. Is it the plump hen? The turkey? The curly sheep? The lovely, fat pig? Everyone sees something different when they look down into the puddle - until, that is, all the animals look at once, and see the entire farmyard underwater! Off they run in search of help, as the wise old owl perched in a tree shakes his head and chuckles to himself.   


 


This wonderfully silly children’s book, originally published in 1965, is ideal for reading aloud, a tale that perfectly captures the wonder of discovering the outside world.
Adelaide Holl is a well-known writer and illustrator of over forty children’s books. She has served as a writer and educational consultant for the Artists and Writers Press in New York as well as editor for Random House.


 


Roger Duvoisin was a renowned Swiss-born American author-illustrator who created the Happy Lion and Petunia series of picture books, along with more than forty other titles for children. He was awarded the Caldecott Medal in 1947.