Friday, March 05, 2010

Book Review: the Raindrop by Brian D. McClure

the Raindrop by Brian D. McClure Illustrated by Buddy Plumlee

The Illustrations by Buddy Plumlee are great. I loved just looking at the pictures. It is really nice when children's books have lovely illustrations so the children can enjoy looking at the book when the adults don't have time to read to them.

I loved the way Brain D. McClure explained the water system in a way a small child could understand. I also appreciated the underlying message that no matter how small we are, we are part of a greater whole and can accomplish great things together.

Lovely Book, I highly recommend it if you have small children.

A list of books by Brian D. McClure can be found here. To learn more about Brain and the Universal Flag click here.

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