The Way the Storm Stops
A gentle story that turns a booming thunderstorm into a soothing lullaby
On my windowpane-
Falls the pounding rain"
Thunderstorms make the most exciting sounds, though they can sometimes be a little scary, especially for small children. Mommies also make wonderful sounds, but they are warm and safe and the best comfort of all at the end of a blustery day.
This lyrical, rhythmic bedtime story takes the fear out of the unexpected and provides a reassuring antidote for children. A wonderful read-aloud that preschoolers will enjoy.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mwflood - LibraryThing
Great book for the youngest of readers with it's use of sound words. The words were minimum but when paired with the images you could immediately relate with the young child's fear of the brewing ... Read full review
THE WAY THE STORM STOPSUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In this simple rhymed tale, a young girl's mother comforts her until the storm subsides. As she plays with her toys, the rain taps at her windowpane—"Hiss, hiss / Tatter, tatter / Falls the pounding ... Read full review