Rainy Day : Get Dressed for Splishy-Splashy Fun
Learning to get dressed is a part of every toddler’s early education. This delightful interactive book transforms a rainy day into a fun day! The story’s little boy begins by putting on his trousers and buckling his belt. Next, he puts on his More...
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Binding: Children's Board Books
Size: 10.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Learning to get dressed is a part of every toddler’s early education. This delightful interactive book transforms a rainy day into a fun day! The story’s little boy begins by putting on his trousers and buckling his belt. Next, he puts on his sweater and buttons it up. But he can’t go outside until he puts on his raincoat, zips it up, then puts on his rain hat and ties it beneath his chin. Finally, with umbrella and boots, he’s ready to go out and splash cheerfully in the puddles. Children who open this book will find related activities attached to the illustrations--a Velcro belt to fasten, a zipper that zips up, buttons to fasten, and a hat with straps to tie. Boys and girls will have fun as they develop manual dexterity and gain a sense of achievement. Color illustrations with interactive features appear on every two-page spread.
Caroline Jayne Church has worked in every field of illustration. Some highlights have been creating Christmas characters for Safeway one year and Easter characters for Asda the next! Caroline now works from a studio in Farnham, Surrey, writing and illustrating children's books. Her books have garnered numerous awards including : 2002 - 'Hungry Hen' shortlisted for Kate Greenaway Award, 2002 - 'Do Your Ears hang Low' shortlisted for Stockport Award, 2003 - 'Turtle in the Toilet' won Southampton Book Award, 2004 - 'Pond Goose' listed as one of Amazon's top ten titles and shortlisted for Booktrust Early Years Award, 2005 - 'I Love You Through and Through' won Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Best Book Award, 2006 - 'Little Lost Cowboy' won Royal Mail Scottish Booktrust Award and 2008 - 'Come On Digby' shortlisted for Portsmouth Book Award.