Rabbits and Raindrops

Rabbits and Raindrops

Jim Arnosky / Aug 17, 2019

Rabbits and Raindrops It s the first day outside the nest for Mother rabbit s five babies and all sorts of new creatures and adventures await them But when a sudden rain shower sends the rabbits scurrying for shelter unde

  • Title: Rabbits and Raindrops
  • Author: Jim Arnosky
  • ISBN: 9780698118157
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s the first day outside the nest for Mother rabbit s five babies, and all sorts of new creatures and adventures await them But when a sudden rain shower sends the rabbits scurrying for shelter under the hedge, the other wild animals come to visit them Jim Arnosky s graceful watercolors and simple text are sure to delight children experiencing nature s wonders for theIt s the first day outside the nest for Mother rabbit s five babies, and all sorts of new creatures and adventures await them But when a sudden rain shower sends the rabbits scurrying for shelter under the hedge, the other wild animals come to visit them Jim Arnosky s graceful watercolors and simple text are sure to delight children experiencing nature s wonders for the first time.

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    About "Jim Arnosky"

      • Jim Arnosky

        Jim Arnosky was born in New York City, NY Sept 1, 1946 He was raised in Pennsylvania Jim graduated from high school in Philadelphia and joined the US Naval Reserves His active duty took him to Maryland and Bremerhaven, Germany.In 1976 Jim and his wife Deanna moved to Vermont with their two daughters where they have lived in an old farmhouse for the past 28 years 17 of those years were spent raising sheep.Jim is self taught in writing, art and the natural sciences He has written and illustrated 86 books on nature subjects and has illustrated 46 other books written by various authors He has been awarded the Christopher Medal, Orbis Pictus Honor, ALA Gordon Award, and Outstanding Science book awards from National Science Teachers Associations.Jim loves to fish, boat, and play his guitar In his work, he uses a Betacam SP video camcorder with a 1600 mm lens to record the wildlife he and Deanna find all across the country.


    978 Comments

    1. A very short tale of a mother cottontail and her 5 kits' adventure outside their burrow for the first time. Frolicking abounds until a rain shower hits. The real highlight of this book are the illustrations which are not only frigging adorable but detailed on a level not usually seen in picture books. The bunnies are life-like, and I appreciate this more realistic look of rabbits in kiddie lit over the anthropomorphization that seems to be the norm.My bunnies approved.


    2. Great book to discuss living things. There are a lot of insects, plants and animals in this book. I also can stem hands-on science activities off of this book.





    3. Good book that uses great sentence fluency. Simple and easy to understand about animals.Lexile: 490LSix + 1 Traits: Word Choice, Sentence FluencyATOS Book Level: 2.5 Interest Level: Lower Grades (LG K-3)AR Points: 0.5


    4. This is a great book for kids to understand sentence fluency and is also simple for readers to understand.Six + 1 Traits: Word Choice, Sentence FluencyDRA Level: 16Lexile: 490L


    5. Through simple text and beautiful pictures we get to venture out on little rabbits first outing from their nest. A rain shower pops up, they scurry back to their nest and some visitors stop in to escape the rain. Many of Arnosky's books have no dialogue (unless the nature guide, Crinkleroot provides it) because they are showing nature as it is, without anthropomorphizing the animals found there. The head librarian where I work told me that recently she has been reading research about how, despit [...]


    6. I loved the pictures, they made me love this book. I like that it shows the rabbit family watching how other animals deal with the rain. It did such a good job portraying the rain that I could see, hear, and smell the rain. I would read this book during circle time on a rainy day, or during a weather unit, or on an animal themed day. I want this book for my classroom library. Interest Level scholastic/teachers/boGrades K - 3Reading LevelGrade level Equivalent: 2.5Lexile® Measure: NC490LDRA: 16G [...]


    7. Informational #5 This book is about a rabbit and her babies. It discusses where the rabbits get their food and how they stay safe when it rains or other bad weather happens. This book does a good job with matching the information presented with a picture that portrays the idea for very young children. I also liked how it showed other animals trying to avoid the rain as well.


    8. I thought that the story was a little too plain. Yet, even with the more toned-down feeling of the book, I think that it was enjoyable for a more relaxed reading. I also think that this book would be a good book to read on a raining day, providing a starting board for some imaginative stories that kids could think of about what animals do when it rains outside.


    9. My Rabbit has an affinity for rabbits, and this book was a huge hit! It was carried around and discussed for the entire time we had it out from the library, and I suspect that we will be checking it out again in the future! The gentle, detailed illustrations kept his attention, and the story is sweet and applicable to any two-year-old's life.


    10. Read at Baby/Toddler Story Time on 5/1/12: storytimesecrets/Read at Drop-In Story Time on 3/15/13: storytimesecrets/


    11. I love how this book puts me in the shoes of a rabbit, with the perspective provided I can imagine myself huddled there under the bush alongside the rabbits, completely cozy as the wet rain falls beyond .


    12. This book can be used to introduce different animals and insects in the forest to children. This book also shows children what animals do when it rains outside. They want to find shelter just like us humans.


    13. Arnosky is one of my favorite illustrators in children's picture books about nature. I just love to look at his work, and the texts are great too. Even though my kids are grown beyond the age-range he writes for, I am still drawn to his beautiful books.


    14. A cute book that gives a relatively realistic view of life on the rabbit's level. Short, with beautiful artwork, it's a great book for younger kids.




    15. A perfect book for today: raining and right before Easter when we all have bunnies (well at least the chocolate ones) on our minds. Combined it with a fun rain song.


    16. This read shows the love of a mother towards her children. She is always there when you need her. It also teaches us that we are not alone on a rainy day or on a bad day for that matter.



    17. Fan of Arnosky, this author illustrator is a creater of a window to the natural world for young children.




    18. I love Jim Arnosky's illustrations. The writing is simple enough for a toddler to understand - a good introduction into the natural world.




    19. There isn't much going on in this book. Kids who love nature, and rabbits in particular, might sit still for this book, but I think it will bore most children.



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