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by Sam Usher

It's blowing up a storm, and a boy and his grandad decide it's the perfect weather for kite-flying. There's just one problem - first they have to find the kite. Their search brings up lots of wonderful memories of previous adventures together, but when they finally make it outside, their adventure really takes off!


Little Cloud

by Eric Carle

The clouds drift across the sky, all except one. Little Cloud is busy changing shapes to become a fluffy sheep, a zooming airplane, and even a clown with a funny hat. Eric Carle's collages will make every child want to discover their own little cloud.


Blown Away 

by Rob Biddulph

It’s a windy day, and he has a brand new kite – but where’s he going on this maiden flight? Penguin Blue and his friends go on a glorious adventure full of good ideas, homesickness and the perils of kites. Winner of the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize.

The Snowy Day

by Ezra Jack Keats

A picture book showing a small boy's adventures on a snowy day - making tracks in the snow, smacking snow-covered branches, getting into a snowball fight, making a snowman. 


Look at the Weather

by Britta Teckentrup

When you stop to think about it, weather is incredible! This immersive illustrated nonfiction book is an invitation for children to ponder weather and approach it with a newfound sense of understanding, awe, and wonder.


My Friend the Weather Monster 

by Steve Smallman

When the Weather Monster is sad it rains - and it has been raining for days! Desperate for some sunshine, the villagers send Tom up the mountain with a cake. But maybe what this monster really wants is a friend? 


Rosie's Hat 

by Julia Donaldson

Rosie's Hat isn't just any old hat. When a gust of wind sweeps it away, it goes off on a whole hatful of adventures! It becomes a toy for a dog, a hiding-place for a mouse and even a nest for some birds. Surely poor Rosie will never find her hat again...or will she? 


After the Storm 

by Nick Butterworth

A storm is raging and Percy is having a sleepless night. The next morning he finds that the old oak tree has been blown down. It is a disaster for his animal friends who live there, but Percy soon devises a plan to help his friends find new homes.


The Cloudspotter 

by Tom McLaughlin

Have you ever looked up at the sky to see a new world in the clouds? There isn't a single cloud that Franklin can't spot. But when Scruffy Dog comes along, things begin to change for Franklin. What's more important - his hobby or his friend?