Let's Count the Raindrops by Fumi Kosaka

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Let's count the raindrops
as they pour:
one million, two million,
three million, four.
-Alan BenjaminBrimming with fun-to-read, easy-on-the-ears poems, Let's Count the Raindrops is just right for very young listeners. The poems range from silly to evocative, but all have one thing in common-kid appeal! Fumi Kosaka's whimsical illustrations capture the wonder and excitement weather can bring to a small child's world.
 

About Fumi Kosaka

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Fumi Kosaka was born and raised in Japan and studied illustration at Brigham Young University. Her credits include Let's Count the Raindrops and Bubbles, Bubbles. She lives in New York City.
 
Published May 21, 2001 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An unusual art technique involving acrylics applied with dry brushes to a surface prepared with sponge rollers gives this delightful collection of weather poems a distinctive look.

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Newcomer Kosaka's illustrations of 10 poems about the weather seem, like the poems, as fresh as spring.

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