Wind, Rain and Snow by Rabia Yildirim

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This is very much a teaching story, with an emphasis on the “teaching” part; despite its didacticism, it’s welcome in its representation of a belief system not seen often enough in American children’s books.
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This book is about seeing the wonder of creation and appreciating all the beauty in it. Wind, rain and snow tell their stories and what makes them unique and a blessing for the world. Each story is followed by some game ideas that children can try.
 

About Rabia Yildirim

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Rabia Yildirim is a writer and editor specializing in children's books. She lives in Istanbul, Turkey.
 
Published April 16, 2013 by Tughra Books. 53 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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on Feb 28 2013

This is very much a teaching story, with an emphasis on the “teaching” part; despite its didacticism, it’s welcome in its representation of a belief system not seen often enough in American children’s books.

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