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Five cosy reads for chilly days

When it's coming down outside, curl up with your child and a good book

Posted: 5 November 2012
by Fiona McKim

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The Falling Raindrop by Neil Johnson and Joel Chin

The chic and sparse cover art perfectly suits the story inside, which is simply told and yet full of emotional impact. The story of the cycle of water from raindrop to evaporation back to cloud again is told through the eyes of one little raindrop, whose fear of change hampers his enjoyment of the adventure. The message is clear yet gently delivered; embrace change and enjoy the journey.  

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Posted: 16/03/2018 at 05:48

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