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Storms







Wilson, Karma
JE WILSO

Bear's animal friends come to his rescue when he becomes lost and frightened in the woods.
Ray, Mary Lyn
JE RAY

Rosie, a little dog, is afraid of nothing except thunder and during one very bad storm, she discovers that the boy who she lives with is frightened, too.
Swenson, Jamie
JE SWENS

On a stormy night, a child snuggles into bed with a book and a teddy bear but is soon joined by one dog, one cat, and more until the child, and the bed, reach their limit.
Gorbachev, Valeri
JE GORBA

Piggy, Froggy, and Goose try to convince Catty that storms can be fun.
Bauer, Marion Dane
JE BAUER

Brannon is afraid of thunder until his older brother compares thunder to one of Brannon's favorite subjects--dinosaurs.
Gorbachev, Valeri
JE GORBA

Mouse frightens all of the animals she sees by shouting that a dragon is going to eat the sun, and then come after them.
Branley, Franklyn M.
J551.554 BRANL

Explains how and why a thunderstorm occurs and gives safety steps to follow when lightning is flashing.
Bourgeois, Paulette
JE BOURG

As a thunderstorm approaches, Franklin's friends help him cope with his fear of stormy weather. Full color.
Mayer, Gina
JE MAYER

A thunderstorm turns out not to be so bad after all.
Hines, Anna Grossnickle
JE HINES

A child and dog wheedle their way under the covers with Mommy and Daddy when the thunder loudly booms outside.
Boelts, Maribeth
JE BOELT

Three different children are helped by caring adults to use prayer to deal with frightful feelings.
Stolz, Mary
JE STOLZ

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.
Bright, Paul
JE BRIGH

One by one, three young bears crawl into Bear and Mrs. Bear's bed during a thunderstorm, certain they hear monsters outside, and although Bear tells each that monsters are not real, he later changes his mind.
Applegate, Katherine
JE APPLE

When Hallie and her parents join a wagon train to Oregon and leave her grandmother behind, Hallie must learn to face the storms that frighten her so, as well as other, newer fears, with just her grandmother's quilt to comfort her.
Meadows, Michelle
JE MEADO

A mother soothes her child to sleep during a thunderstorm.
Polacco, Patricia
JE POLAC

Grandma finds a way to dispel her grandchild's fear of thunderstorms.
Bowdish, Lynea
JER BOWDI

When thunder makes a young boy and his dog afraid, they decide to make as much noise as the storm.
Macken, JoAnn Early
JE MACKE

A mother reassures her child about the wind, lightning, and thunder when a storm passes through.
Seeger, Larra Vaccano
JE SEEGE

Children's faces, depicted with letters of the alphabet, react to the onset of a storm and its aftermath in this picture book, accompanied by simple alliterative text.
Maier, Inger
JE MAIER

Fuzzy the sheep's father helps Fuzzy deal with his fear of loud noises by using his mind to imagine other things.