HarperTrophy (1988), 32 pages
While sitting through a fearsome thunderstorm that has put the lights out, Thomas hears a story from Grandfather's boyhood, when Grandfather was afraid of thunderstorms.
LibraryThing member dangerlibearian
Extremely too long for storytime, a boy, grandpa and a cat telling tales after the lights go out during a storm.
LibraryThing member FrounfelterShelbie
This book is full of descriptive words so you can create a movie in your head while you read along. It also has beautiful images to help enhance the readers experience with the book so they can see what the storm might be like in their head. I would read this book with children that were at the end
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10 x 8 inches
0064432564 / 9780064432566
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