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The Rainbabies e-book

Author:

Jim LaMarche,Laura Krauss Melmed

Language:

English

Category:

Children

Subcategory:

Growing Up & Facts of Life

ePub size:

1516 kb

Other formats:

rtf docx lit azw

Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

HarperCollins; Reprint edition (March 16, 2004)

Pages:

32

ISBN:

0688151132

The Rainbabies e-book

by Jim LaMarche,Laura Krauss Melmed


14 Total Resources 12 Books Name Pronunciation. by Laura Krauss Melmed and Jim LaMarche.

14 Total Resources 12 Books Name Pronunciation. Video Book Reading from The Rainbabies. Our Original Resources 1. Audio Name Pronunciation with Laura Krauss Melmed. Created by TeachingBooks.

from A to Z and New York, New York!

The previous owner has certainly very much enjoyed reading this book more than once, therefore please be aware there will be some creasing on the spine or slight shelf wear. If it's been in their collection for some time, say years old or more, some pages might be discoloured and there may be other minor age blemishes, but that won't affect its readability. from A to Z and New York, New York!

by Laura Krauss Melmed · Jim LaMarche. This new classic Christmas gift book "brings together two great traditions: the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree and the ghbor program of Habitat for Humanity.

by Laura Krauss Melmed · Jim LaMarche. In the magic of a moonshower, a childless couple finds a dozen tiny babies in a meadow. Written in classic folktale tradition, illustrated with astonishing paintings, The Rainbabies is woven from magic and moonbeams. Opening in Depression-era New York City, The Carpenter's Gift tells the s. Bear's First Christmas.

Illustrated by. Jim Lamarche. She loves books and became very excited. The book is a wonderful story with beautiful illustrations. It tells a kind, heart warming story that I feel children don't get enough of today

Illustrated by. It tells a kind, heart warming story that I feel children don't get enough of today. оставлен barb57 200026. just charming all around and highly recommended!

In the magic of a moonshower, a childless couple find a dozen tiny babies in the grass.

In the magic of a moonshower, a childless couple find a dozen tiny babies in the grass. For use in schools and libraries only. When the moon gives twelve tiny babies to a childless couple, the new parents take great care of their charges and eventually receive an unexpected reward.

Jim LaMarche wrote and illustrated The Raft "I feel very lucky to have ended up as an illustrator of children's books.

from A to Z and New York, New York! The Big Apple from A to Z, also illustrated by Frané Lessac; I Love You As Much. illustrated by Henri Sorensen; and the critically acclaimed The Rainbabies, illustrated by Jim LaMarche. She lives with her husband in Washington, . Jim LaMarche wrote and illustrated The Raft. He also illustrated Little Oh and The Rainbabies, both by Laura Krauss Melmed. He lives in Santa Cruz, California. I feel very lucky to have ended up as an illustrator of children's books. And maybe that isn't so different from my childhood dream of being a magician after all.

by Laura Krauss Melmed. by Laura Krauss Melmed. illustrated by Jim LaMarche.

This copy of The Rainbabies by Laura Krauss Melmed with illustrations by Jim LaMarche is a HB without a D.

This copy of The Rainbabies by Laura Krauss Melmed with illustrations by Jim LaMarche is a HB without a DJ. It was published by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books in 1992. It is the 7th printing. Melmed's writing is flawless, her storyline clean and unaffected: a childless couple finds a dozen tiny rainbabies in the grass after a moonshower, takes them home and tenderly cares for them until the babies' real mother arrives to claim her offspring and reward the devoted husband and wife. LaMarche's (Mandy) paintings are equally masterful.

When the moon gives twelve tiny babies to a childless couple, the new parents take great care of their charges and eventually receive an unexpected reward. For ages 6-8. Format Book 32 pages. Publication date 01 Oct 2008. Publisher Paw Prints.

The elderly couple looks very kind and loving and the rain-babies are just adorable. They so enjoy taking care of the babies, singing to them, dressing them, and rocking them. This one brought tears to my eyes. Presented with a series of frequent times of peril and crisis, including a wild animal who takes one of the babies in his mouth and runs away, and there is the experience of a fast-moving storm that threatens to end the happiness of a picnic in the boat when the babies are whisked away.

On a moonlit night. . .

In the magic of a moonshower, a childless couple finds a dozen tiny babies in a meadow. Written in classic folktale tradition, illustrated with astonishing paintings, The Rainbabies is woven from magic and moonbeams.


Mojar
I didn't realize till later, that the rainbabies represent the months of the year, which is why their mother is the moon mother. The moon creates the months of the year. And also why there are 12 of them, one to represent each month of the year. They never really left the elderly couple, they just bacame something else. At least this is what I tell my granddaughter when we are through reading the book.

I didn't look at this as an adoption book but more of a babysitting book. It respected the deep bond of the true mother of the rainbabies, and it was right for them to return to her. I look at this as a way to confirm that when my child goes out in the world, she can always come home to me, because my relationship to her is a sacred one. And when we watch over the children of others, it is our responsibility to protect them as if they were our own. I'm glad to find a book that supports this value, because I see it so lacking in the opinions of so many caretakers of other people's children. Every child is sacred, regardless of whether it is your own, or someone elses, and we have a responsibility to look out for all children. That is a sacred responsibility.

This theme has been coming up a lot in my granddaughter's play, since reading this story to her. So I bought 12 of the smallest little baby dolls I could find and made little felt blankets for each one, and my granddaughter has her dolls "babysit" them until the Moonmother can come to get them.
Uste
This is one of my favorite books ever to read to my grandchildren. The pictures are adorable and the story so loving. I read this to my children as they were growing up, and now I am reading it their children.
Sharpbinder
It was still the magical book I remember reading when I was younger! I love the illustrations in this book. I would say it's for kids older than 7 or 8 though just because of the dialect and words in it. It didn't keep my 2 year olds attention... yet! I did a little improvising with the words to help her understand the story line :)
Kegal
I've loved this book ever since I was a child and was so glad to purchase it for my godson for Christmas. Now he can enjoy it as much as I did!
Uttegirazu
This is simply one of the most beautiful books I've ever seen. I have taken it out of the library so many times that I finally bought a copy. And children love it, too!!
Qusserel
My favorite story of all time! I bought several copies for friends. My class loved it, I loved it! My adopted grand daughter especially loved it!
The story is sweet, the pictures are FANTASTIC and the values taught are priceless!
MOQ
This is a wonderful story about an older couple who couldn't have a child of their own. They find these little rain babies in a meadow. I loved this story because it reminded me of my own struggles with parenthood. I had trouble conceiving my daughter and I used to love to babysit relatives' and friends' children while I awaited my own fate. I thought the challenges I faced helped me to be the parent I was able to be with my own daughter. My daughter loved reading it as she grew up.
My children loved this book when they were small. Now it's time to pass the story on to my granddaughter. The story tells of an older, childless couple who discover tiny babies after a rainstorm. The couple lovingly care for the babies, fiercely protecting them in dangerous situations. Of course, magical rainbabies can't stay with a mortal couple, but I won't ruin it and give away the ending. Truly a sweet story of the depth of parental love. This copy I just received is for a baby shower gift. I hope it's enjoyed as much as my family has enjoyed it.

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