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A girl wants to play outside, but the rain keeps her in. Pillow forts and building blocks help for a little while, but all she wants to do is go for a walk with her family. A beautifully illustrated picture book about patience and family.— Madeline
“The images and color palette of this book really help to illustrate the feelings of a rainy day and the joy that can be found in imaginative play. I also love that the father is represented as the caregiver while the mother is the one coming home from a day of work.”
— Dana Grimes, Cover to Cover Books for Young Readers, Columbus, OH
Bestselling author Jacky Davis and award-winning illustrator Fiona Woodcock celebrate family, love, and imagination in this vibrant and expressive picture book. Father-daughter time shines in this irresistible story about creativity, solving problems, and looking on the bright side when faced with obstacles. A great read-aloud for rainy days . . . or any day you’re stuck at home!
Drip, drip, drop.
With breakfast finished, an energetic young girl is ready to play. But it’s raining, and Dad says that she must stay inside. So, she crafts and she builds, she draws and she bakes. What else can she do to find the sunny side of a rainy day?
Keep gloominess at bay with Sunny-Side Up, a wonderful choice about resilience and the power of imagination. A perfect book to share at storytime, to celebrate Father's Day, and to encourage kids—and their parents and caregivers—to use creativity to overcome challenges.
Jacky Davis along with her husband David Soman, is the creator of the bestselling Ladybug Girl series, as well as Agent Lion, a picture book about a silly but determined detective. The author lives with her family in New York’s Hudson Valley. You can visit her at www.blackpolka.com.
Fiona Woodcock knew from a very early age that she wanted to grow up and make art for a living. Since graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, she has been living in London and working on animated films, commercials, and other illustration projects. Her pictures have a paper-based handmade origin, incorporating drawings made with children’s BLO pens, hand-cut stencils, and printing techniques. Her debut picture book, Hiding Heidi, was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Award in 2017. Fiona was the recipient of a World Illustration Award for her acclaimed picture book Look. She is also the author and illustrator of Hello, a companion to Look. You can visit her at www.fionawoodcock.com.