Where Do They Go When it Rains? by Gerda Muller
  

Where Do They Go When it Rains?

Written by Gerda Muller

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A delightful story featuring a family day out into the countryside. On their way they pass through fields full of flowers, grasshoppers and bees. They stop at a farm, where they feed the hens, pigs and ponies. But when they reach the pond, the clouds turn grey and it starts to rain. The twins love splashing about in the rain. But where do all the animals go when it rains? This is a wonderfully detailed picture book, with a variety of animals to spot, which will be enjoyed time and time again.

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Synopsis

Where Do They Go When it Rains? by Gerda Muller

Reviews

'A charming book that looks at a variety of animals and how they take shelter from the rain' --Family Interest, March/April 2010 'Young children love nature and this beautifully illustrated book gives plenty of oppurtunity for spotting wildlife of all kind... This book is not only lovely to look at, but gives scope for some interesting discussions about nature'

/April 2010 'Full of fun, detail and optimisim, this book encourages simple observation of nature by watching, walking and sensing -- or perhaps by just jolting the reader to get out and about!

'The detailed illustrations teach children about what happens when the weather closes in!'

'A lovely story to share with older pre-school children and those in their first year at school ... this is a fresh and colourful presentation of the answer to an age-old question. Don't forget to look at the end-papers.'

'A lovely book for your spring basket with lots of details to spot.'

About the Author

Gerda Muller was born in 1926 in Naarden, Holland. She attended the Fine Arts School of Amsterdam and later on, Ecole Estienne of Paris. She illustrated over 120 books for children and worked with many publishers. Her books have been translated into many languages.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
28 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Gerda Muller
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Publisher

Floris Books

Publication date

28/01/2010

ISBN

9780863157493

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