The Wet/Dry Book by Kate Spohn

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A little boy who loves cozy, dry, indoor activities and a little girl who enjoys doing active, wet, outdoor things tell about what they like best in rhyming text on alternating spreads. Each spread looks and feels either wet or dry to match the story. Children will love seeing and feeling the difference between the shiny, slick “wet” pages and the matte texture of the “dry” ones. Bright, detail-rich paintings in author-illustrator Kate Spohn’s signature style
complete this engaging book that is perfect for any day–wet or dry!

About Kate Spohn

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Kate Spohn was six years old when she drew a Dalmatian puppy and won tickets to the opening premier of the animated movie 101 Dalmatians. Growing up in the small country town of Falls Village, Connecticut, influenced her writing and artistic style. Her inspiration comes from her love of nature, critters, friendship, and beauty found in unexpected places. She received a BFA from Cooper Union. Today she is the author-illustrator of over 30 books. She is happy to live in New York City, where good friends, good music, good cupcakes, and good fashion are only a couple of blocks away.
Published August 27, 2002 by Random House Books for Young Readers. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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"Wet" (laminated) and "dry" (plain paper) spreads alternate in this paper-over-board book, in which a rainy day highlights the differences between two children. "I like books./

Jul 22 2002 | Read Full Review of The Wet/Dry Book

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