The Rainstorm Brainstorm
  • The Rainstorm Brainstorm
  • The Rainstorm Brainstorm
ISBN: 1609588762
EAN13: 9781609588762
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 27, 2017
Pages: 88
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 7.62" L x 5.24" W
Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

It's Aunt Miranda's birthday The WellieWishers want to give her something special, but they can't agree on what it should be. Then Kendall discovers the Tomorrow Pile. What looks like a bunch of old, dirty, broken things to the other girls looks like cool fun stuff with lots of potential to Kendall Can the girls work together to create something wonderful for Aunt Miranda? 88 pages. Paperback. Author Valerie Tripp. Ages 5+

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   Beautiful Illustrations
I read the WW books to my 4 yo grandson. I think they are great read books alone for a 6-7 yo and older. The illustrations are GREAT!
   Good story teaches creativity patience and forgiveness
Love these books by WellaWisher! Good story of creativity, patience and forgiveness.
   Wellie Wisher books are the best!
My daughter started reading them at the age of 7 and still loves them at the age of 8! ) I highly recommend for 1-3 year old children! )
   Great Reader for a First or Second Grade Reader
I bought this for my granddaughter of year 2 and she breezes through the stories and is proud to be an independent reader. The illustrations and the size of the type are perfect.
   Nice book for your Wellie Wishers!
I bought this book for my granddaughter, who is five to accompany her American girl Doll Wellie Wishers. They also compliment the Mind Up program at her school. I am not sure if one would enjoy the books if you owned the dolls.