Best Children's Books About Clouds
Our Favorite 17 Books About Clouds
"I think the most heavenly food is fluffy white clouds."
― Jarod Kintz
Growing up, I always wanted a taste of those cotton candy looking clouds! Clouds can be such a fun part of life rather than the gloomy outlook of a storm. These cloud books will inspire your children to find shapes in the clouds, learn their names, and imagine wonderful, magical, and cloudy adventures.
The beloved, bestselling tale of edible weather is brought to life! If food dropped like rain from the sky, wouldn't it be marvelous! Or would it? It could, after all, be messy. And you'd have no choice. What if you didn't like what fell? Or what if too much came? Have you ever thought of what it might be like to be squashed flat by a pancake?
Sometimes being small can have its advantages. If you're a little cloud like Cloudette, people call you cute nicknames, and you can always find a good spot to watch the fireworks. But what about when you want to do something big, like help a giant garden grow, or make a brook babble? This charming book gets at the heart of what it means to make a difference no matter your size. Young children will find much to relate to in Cloudette as they follow her on her pursuit for greatness.
This book is about a different kind of cloud. The illustrations are great, and I love the message that being a friend can help someone feel better and make their "cloud" disappear.
Everyone has fun in art class except for one little girl who doesn't draw anything until a classmate figures out a way to make her smile.
A story about greed and consequences and a boy that learned to spin clothes from the clouds in the sky from his mother.
When the king orders a boy to make him a huge wardrobe out of the clouds in the sky, the boy warns him that it is more than he needs but the king does not listen.
This cute board book does a great job talking about emotions, and grumpy cloud shows that sometimes it's easy to get down in a funk! I love the ending where he chooses to be kind and happy to make sunny feel better, and I think that shows a great lesson about how we can choose to do something nice for someone--which will make us happy, and get us out of the dumps!
This board book explores why Grumpy Cloud is grumpy.
Do you ever wake up and wonder what the weather will be? Instead of turning on the TV to find out, you can just look out your window at the clouds. How do you know what type of clouds can forecast a change of weather? Read and find out.
The clouds drift across the bright blue sky-all except one. Little Cloud trails behind. He is busy changing shapes to become a fluffy sheep, a zooming airplane, and even a clown with a funny hat. Eric Carle's trademark collages will make every reader want to run outside and discover their very own little cloud.
The white shape silhouetted against a blue background changes on every page.Is it a rabbit, a bird, or just spilt milk? Children are kept guessing until the surprise ending -- and will be encouraged to improvise similar games of their own.
Fresh from her work on Frozen and Tangled, Claire Keane brings her legendary talent to her debut picture book about finding the right present for someone you love. Celeste wants to give her mother something special—but what? Her search takes her up into the skies, where she meets the stars, the moon and the sun, but she still doesn’t find the heartfelt present she’s been looking for. At the end of her journey, Celeste sees it—the perfect gift! Chosen with care and wrapped with love, it’s just what Celeste was hoping to find. In this story about finding unexpected inspiration and giving from the heart, Claire Keane invites readers on a magical journey through the clouds. The result is a visually stunning book that really and truly is the perfect gift.
A noted children's artist, Hoshino authors her first picture book, inspired by her own experiences as a mother to her son Sora: a growing boy enjoys the ultimate daydream - to soar like a cloud! Once a baby, now Sora is a boy who explores the world around him. First crawling and then walking, Sora soon learns to how to climb a tree. Up there a friendly cloud awaits! Hopping aboard, Sora embarks on a fantastic trip. Curious birds, squealing kites and whispering fireworks whirl by. This wonderful flight of fancy is created in Hoshino's hallmark style: a unique combination of mixed media creates ethereal environments with subtle shading, and contemplative characters who invoke the innocence of youth. Also included is a bilingual Japanese translation which highlights how Hoshino shares her heritage with her children and readers.
Living all alone on a cloud, a young cloud boy gets an idea from a passing butterfly and soon fills the skies with cloud-creations that bring joy and happiness to his lonely world.
AMAZING BEDTIME STORY FOR TODDLERS!!! Hey, Kid! Would you like to get acquainted with a kind gray cloud? You know, no one wanted to play with him and he got very sad. The white clouds, animals, and flowers sent him away. They didn't want him just because this little cloud was not like them. But soon it got so hot that they could not stand any longer! Only then they realized how helpful the gray cloud was and how wrong they were. They accepted their mistake and called him. And can you guess what the little cloud did? Yes! That's right! He was not offended and came to help immediately! He was so friendly and kind that didn't doubt a second! The children's books "It's hard to be THE GREY CLOUD" is written especially for toddlers. It will teach your child to be kind and helpful, never judge other kids by their appearance but understand their souls. With the help of this lovely picture book, your dear kid will grow a good and considerate person just like the main character of the story - the gray cloud! This amazing book is also a wonderful one for educators of kindergartens as it will teach kids the value of respect, friendliness, and compassion. Kids books should be not only colorful and filled with captivating pictures, but also be of a great moral value!
Sitting there, among the clouds, looking down and day dreaming is... a little cloudlet. Gale would like nothing more than to make one real cloud shape. But instead, she creates something different. Wait until all of Cloud Country finds out!
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