Singing in the Rain (Hardcover)

By Tim Hopgood (Illustrator)

Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 9781250127709, 32pp.

Publication Date: October 17, 2017

List Price: 17.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

I'm singing in the rain, just singing in the rain, Oh, what a glorious feeling!
Spring calls in this classic Broadway number, brought to life in a beautiful picture book—perfect for sharing! Jump in puddles, raise umbrellas, and dance with joy through the pages of this visual story. With colorful, springy scenes and the familiar lyrics, this is a beautiful, gift-worthy, feel-good read-aloud.



About the Author

Tim Hopgood lives with his wife, children, and cats in North Yorkshire, England. A veteran graphic designer, he is the creator of more than ten picture books, including his book about colors, Wow! Said the Owl.


Praise For Singing in the Rain

"Movie happiness is now picture-book joy." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on Singing in the Rain

"Catchy lyrics coupled with imaginative illustrations produces something completely new while paying homage to the source material." —School Library Journal on Singing in the Rain

What a Wonderful World:

"Hopgood interprets this beloved ballad, written by Thiele and Weiss and made famous by Louis Armstrong. His colorful mixed-media collages present a hopeful world, filled with summery trees, sunny blue skies, and pastoral scenes from around the globe. . . . An upbeat story hour selection." —Booklist

Wow! Said the Owl:

"With a satisfying night-to-day-to-night cycle, the book not only reinforces the concepts of colors but also provides a sense of security of the way things are supposed to be in the world. The repeated refrain of 'Wow!' throughout the book will elicit a chorus among young listeners at storytime." —Booklist

"Straightforward and flowing, this title makes a satisfying introduction to the colors of the day."
School Library Journal


"This sweet, wonder-filled picture book will make a good addition to toddler storytime and a perfect bedtime read, too." —The Horn Book