Twin Adventures: Rainy Day

Rainy days often keep children inside where they are forced to play with their same old indoor games. When Kate and Tate’s plans get ruined by a rain day, they set their imagination loose and end up on a hunt for a dragon. Yet another spectacular adventure awaits those with an active imagination.

Rainy Day by Pat Henry and Paul Henry IV, is my favorite book of the Twin Adventure series because I feel like there is so much more happening in this story. Tate and Kate are stuck inside because of the rain. Their adventure begins when they find toy keys, which lead them to their cubby under the stairs, which leads them to a toy chest, and the toys inside ignited their imagination. I enjoyed reading through these fun series of events, which continues well into their imaginative adventure, as it gave it a storybook feel. Whereas in other books Kate and Tate just had a bit of fun, here Tate is put to the test when he must save his sister from danger, and then then tables are turned and Kate must save her brother. So much fun!

Kate and Tate take readers on a very imaginative adventure, and illustrator Bryant Albert is up to the task of bringing all their wild imaginings to life on the page. From a Fruit Palace to hunting a dragon through strawberry hills, all of the fantastic imagery conveys the same whimsy and wonder of the story.

Twin Adventures: Rainy Day is a fun adventure story for children that shows how imagination can be the key to a thrilling adventure, even when rain keeps you inside.

Pages: 29 | ASIN: B09SXWWQCM

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