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evaluări:
4/5 (1 evaluare)
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35 pages
2 minutes
Lansat:
Feb 25, 2014
ISBN:
9780547733920
Format:
Carte

Descriere

One rainy day in the city, an eager little boy exclaims, “Rain!” Across town a grumpy man grumbles, “Rain.” In this endearing picture book, a rainy-day cityscape comes to life in vibrant, cut-paper-style artwork. The boy in his green frog hat splashes in puddles—“Hoppy, hoppy, hoppy!”—while the old man curses the “dang puddles.” Can the boy’s natural exuberance (and perhaps a cookie) cheer up the grouchy gentleman and turn the day around?

Lansat:
Feb 25, 2014
ISBN:
9780547733920
Format:
Carte

Despre autor

Linda Ashman is the author of many picture books, including Babies on the Go, illustrated by Jane Dyer, Castles, Caves, and Honeycombs, illustrated by Lauren Stringer, which was named a Booklist Editors' Choice, and Rub-a-Dub Sub, illustrated by Jeff Mack. She lives with her family in North Carolina. Visit Linda at lindaashman.com and on Twitter at @lindaashman2.

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  • (4/5)
    Two very different attitudes about a rainy day collide in this delightful story.
  • (4/5)
    In my opinion, this is a very good book. I like the plot of the story. In the beginning, the older man isn’t happy about the rain. For example, he says “Nasty galoshes. Blasted overcoat. There goes my hair…” The little boy however, is really excited for the rain. He gets to wear his green raincoat and boots, and frog hat. When the door man greets him, he says “Ribbit!” As the story continues the older rain becomes more negative and the boy becomes more positive. At the end, the boy and man exchange hats and the man changes his attitude and decides to enjoy the rainy day. I also like the illustrations in the story. I like how the pictures are very basic, using ordinary shapes instead of abstract images. It also portrays the emotions of the characters. For example, when the little boy runs after the man to give him his hat, the man looks angry and says “You?” The boy pretends to be him, putting on his hat, making an angry face, and saying “You!” This causes the older man’s expression to change into surprise. Finally, I liked the language of the book. It is very elementary, using one word phrases. It also uses idioms that most, if not all, people will know such as “Is it raining cats and dogs?”