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Summary, etc.: One sunny day, Rabbit and his pals are playing outside and they couldn't be happier. But, oh, no!--the sky starts clouding up and before they know it, it's raining, it's pouring, and everyone has to run home. How boring! What will they do for the rest of the day? It doesn't take long for Rabbit to realize that fun can be had in the rain. With raincoats, boots, and umbrellas, let the splashing games begin.--
Subject: Rain and rainfall Juvenile fiction
Friendship Juvenile fiction
Hares Juvenile fiction
Animals Juvenile fiction
Creative ability Juvenile fiction
Resilience (Personality trait) Juvenile fiction
Rain and rainfall Fiction
Friendship Fiction
Hares Fiction
Animals Fiction
Creative ability Fiction
Genre: Picture books.
Humorous fiction.

Syndetic Solutions - School Library Journal Review for ISBN Number 9781534406780
I Don't Like Rain!
I Don't Like Rain!
by Dillard, Sarah (Author, Illustrator)
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I Don't Like Rain!

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PreS-Gr 1--Dillard delivers an excellent companion to her I Wish It Would Snow! Rabbit and friends are enjoying playing outside on a sunny day, when it begins to rain. While his friends scatter to avoid it, Rabbit likes the rain, until it becomes a downpour. Rabbit waits inside his home, hoping that the weather will improve, until he sees one of his friends, a bird, playing in the storm. Getting his rain gear on, Rabbit joins the bird, and soon all of his friends are playing. When it stops raining, they seem disappointed at first, but are then excited to play in the sun, a rainbow shining in the background. Featuring energetic characters and minimal text, Dillard creates a cheery and appealing rain-themed picture book. The illustrations feature a mix of panels and expansive spreads, as well as word bubbles, similar to the style of a comic book, which are expressive, vibrant, and bright. Young readers will be inspired to play like the characters in the story, no matter the weather outside. VERDICT A delightful picture book to read aloud, rain or shine. Recommended.--Laura J. Giunta, Garden City Public Library, NY

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