Rain Talk

Rain Talk The various sounds that rain makes are explored in this poetic picture book A young child hears the first fat raindrops fall on the soft summer dust of a country road The freedom joy and warmth of t

  • Title: Rain Talk
  • Author: Mary Serfozo
  • ISBN: 9780590453585
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • The various sounds that rain makes are explored in this poetic picture book A young child hears the first fat raindrops fall on the soft summer dust of a country road The freedom, joy, and warmth of the illustrations make this book a pure delight A perfect rainy day read aloud that will be hard to keep on the shelf School Library Journal.
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      Published :2020-02-01T00:31:17+00:00

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    • RH Walters says:

      Wonderful onomatopoeia and paintings.

    • Kristi Harris says:

      This book has beautiful pictures. The pictures make you feel as if you were there. This book really gives you the feeling that you can hear the rain talking to you.

    • Ms Threlkeld says:

      Great for teaching onomatopoeia and small moments.

    • Rachel says:

      I think it is cool how the book shows all the different sounds that the rain can make. I could see it being used in a listening activity or some sort of sound related work for children but I personally think that it lacked a real story or point. I found it to be a tad boring and I don't think it would hold the interests of most children. However, I do think it's simple explanation of how rain sounds different depending on where it lands makes it relatable to children who may know some or all of [...]

    • Brittany Harvey says:

      I love the illustrations in this book, but I worry the story line is too hard to follow and might be difficult for kids to understand it.

    • Meghan GTC says:

      While I like the idea of rain talking and the multiple surfaces it can fall on to make different noises, I did not particular enjoy this book for young readers. I feel as if the language was too difficult and the story line was hard to follow. It did not captivate me while reading.

    • Elizabeth says:

      If you listen you can hear the differences in the rain. Enjoy the stories it tells you.

    • Ginny Marie says:

      Rain Talk is a beautiful book, in both words and pictures. When I was a first year teacher, I was surprised at how few picture books were in my first classroom. Throughout the years, I bought many books to add to my collection. Many of those books remained unread, but came home with me as I paused my teaching career to raise my daughters. I recently read Rain Talk to my youngest. As I was reading, I was delighted at the simple story about a girl out in the rain, listening to all the sounds rain [...]

    • Laci says:

      This book in a large book would be a great shares reading book.

    • Dianne Norberg says:

      I love this book. It is a sweet story about a little girl and her dog experiencing the lovely sounds of the rain.

    • Charlee Jackson says:

      The author wrote little sentences. It was too easy for me.

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