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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Weather (Little Bunny series) by Dianne Miller introduces young readers to the different types of weather in a fun and interactive way. Little Bunny's father wanted to go outside but it was snowing. The weather was beautiful and then just when it started sleeting, Little Bunny and his father decided to go inside. The next time he went out with his mother, it was raining. It was windy too and Little Bunny enjoyed walking in the rain. Then came lightning and thunder and so they went inside the house. Little Bunny did not like thunderstorms but he found the rainbow that came after the rain beautiful. When the sun came out the next time, Little Bunny could see his shadow, and he saw the clouds in the sky. Suddenly it became dark and started hailing. Little Bunny collected the hail. He noticed how the weather was different every day and how it affected him and how it affected the plants, bugs, birds, and animals.
This book is the best way to teach children about different types of weather. They learn the words associated with each weather phenomenon in an interesting way. Learning about the weather couldn't be more delightful than this! The illustrations are adorable showing Little Bunny and his moments of enjoyment with the different types of weather as they keep changing every day. Just like the rest of the books in the series, this book is an excellent learning tool for small children and they also learn how the weather affects the whole world every day. Tutors and parents will find this book helpful when it comes to teaching their kids about the weather and its different moods.