Hello, Sun!

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A day for sun and T-shirts turns into a rainy, blow-y, snowy day! What clotheswill keep a girl and her cat warm and dry and ready for all the surprises in store? There's a discovery every time the door opens in this happy, bouncy celebration of weather and seasonal clothing. With sprightly verse and cheerful illustrations, it's an adventure just right for young children who like raindrops as much as sunny skies.
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Overview

A day for sun and T-shirts turns into a rainy, blow-y, snowy day! What clotheswill keep a girl and her cat warm and dry and ready for all the surprises in store? There's a discovery every time the door opens in this happy, bouncy celebration of weather and seasonal clothing. With sprightly verse and cheerful illustrations, it's an adventure just right for young children who like raindrops as much as sunny skies.
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Children's Literature
The protagonist of this tale dons pants and a shirt for a sunny day but, just as she is ready to go out the door, she discovers that clouds have arrived. She changes into a sweater and heads out the door again. This time the wind stops her, and she reaches for a scarf and jacket. After changing clothes to deal with rain and then snow, she finds herself outside ready to sing and dance. She builds a snowman and, at the end of the day, says hello to the moon as she makes her way home. She closes the door to the "moon and snow and rain and wind and clouds and sun" and changes into her pajamas. She expresses thanks for her adventures and crawls into bed after a long day, saying good night. Cheerful, bright acrylic illustrations exude the character's adaptability and enthusiasm for the day, regardless of the weather. 2005, Dial Books for Young Readers/Penguin Young Readers Group, Ages 2 to 6.
—Valerie O. Patterson
School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 1-A child and her cat dress for the outdoors. At first the sun is shining, so she dons pants and a shirt. No sooner does she step outside than the clouds roll in, so she adds a sweater. Each time she is ready to go, the weather changes-the wind picks up, it begins to rain, and then it snows-and new clothes are added. After she plays in the snow, the moon comes out to guide her home, where pajamas are just right for bedtime. Done in acrylics and pastel on watercolor paper, the cartoon illustrations are colorful and uncluttered, yet energetic. The rhyming text dances across the pages with the protagonist and her pet. The words flow smoothly, and a catchy refrain will keep listeners involved. The chances of going through all of those weather changes in one day are pretty slim, but that aside, fans of Jonathan London's Froggy Gets Dressed (Penguin, 1992), Shirley Neitzel's The Jacket I Wear in the Snow (1989), and Karla Kuskin's Under My Hood I Have a Hat (2004, both HarperCollins) should enjoy this supplemental title.-Kathleen Simonetta, Indian Trails Public Library District, Wheeling, IL Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803728950
  • Publisher: Dial Books for Young Readers
  • Publication date: 6/28/2005
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 1 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.24 (w) x 8.36 (h) x 0.32 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2005

    Fun to read!

    We checked this book out from our local library and it quickly has become one of my 2-year old daughter's favorite stories. She brings it to me nearly every storytime and even joins in on reading the text! Yes, you heard right! At the end of each of the first few pages is the phrase 'Uh-Oh!' and my daughter LOVES for me to stop reading and let her say that part herself. This is a great short story and nice to help conversations along about weather/seasons and dressing themselves. Also works great as a nap/bedtime book because at the end the girl ends up in her pj's and snuggles in to say...Goodnight! A welcome addition to our 'Wish List'!

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