After the Rain
After the Rain
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After the Rain

Written by Rebecca Koehn & illustrated by Simone Krüger
Published by Beaming Books
Prices as of Jun 19

What's After the Rain About

Publisher Summary

Drip, Drop, Plink. The rain stops, and Levi runs outside to play in a stream of rain water. But Polly puts an end to his fun when she doesn’t want to share. It’s a puddle fight! Until they see that the water is disappearing fast. Truce! They find a way to save the water and discover that it is more fun to play together. After the Rain puts a new twist on the rainy-day picture book about sharing and learning to work together.

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What Questions Should I Ask My Child

  • The children, Levi and Polly, in this story struggle to play nicely together, but when they do, they have a lot more fun. When have you struggled to get along with someone, and what did you do about it?
  • When the rain stops, Levi and Polly head outside to play in the puddles and mud. Have you ever played outside after a rainstorm?


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Book Details

Publication Date
March 3, 2020
Reading Age
3 - 6 years

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