Chris Roberson is an animator and author/illustrator of children's books. His books include My Yellow Umbrella, Little Miss Liberty, The Tooth that’s on the Loose!, Kit and Kaboodle, I’ll Trade My Peanut-Butter Sandwich, and Pandora’s Box with Julia Dweck. Chris lives in Pasadena, CA with his wife and three sons.Chris’ work can be seen at ChrisRobertsonBooks.com and on his Facebook page: Chris Robertson Books
It's a beautiful day for a yellow umbrella!
Bright, retro-inspired illustrations accompany a little girl on her dreamy day with a yellow umbrella.
- Xist Publishing
- Publication date:
- Sold by:
- Barnes & Noble
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 5 MB
- Age Range:
- 3 - 5 Years
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I was thoroughly enchanted by the drawings and the simple tale of this children's book. There may have not been a lot of meat to the story, but there was something that truly touched me and caused the five star rating that I have given this book. The fact that this book is dedicated to the children who were lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary disaster truly touched my heart. I highly recommend this book. Very young readers will enjoy the story and illustrations, and the parents can use this book as a simple way to commemorate this horrendous tragedy. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated,and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
Cute pictures but the story is not that great. I wouldn't purchase again given them chance.
WHAT A FUN BOOK! It's not even raining... Yet it is a PERFECT DAY for her YELLOW UMBRELLA! So many things she can do with her yellow umbrella... Draw a picture, sing a song, drift down a windy river....just to name a few. And the greatest thing about her yellow umbrella is that she can do it all over again...tomorrow! LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. this story! CUTE. CUTE. CUTE. pictures! This is a book that will leave you SMILING :)
This is a special story that children will truly understand. An umbrella is so good for so much more than standing under while it rains, it opens up a world of possibilities in the mind of a child. Adults may remember waiting and waiting for rain after getting their first umbrellas.