On their walk along the city’s waterfront, a mother and her toddler end up being caught in a summer rainstorm. Stylish and highly original artwork by Christina Leist makes this simple story a fun bedtime read for everyone.
Finalist for the Christie Harris Illustrated Children’s Literature Prize (BC Book Prizes) 2010*Finalist for the Chocolate Lily Award (BC Readers’ Choice) 2010 *Selected as the Year’s Best Picture Books by Resource Links magazine 2010
“The patient and hypnotic rhythm is exactly the kind of thing that will worm its way into the memories and imaginations of toddlers, who will likely start ippity-oppiting themselves after a single reading.” – Quill & Quire.
“The simple text, with onomatopoeic words, will attract young children to this rhyming story.” – Canadian Children’s Booknews
“The very simple text, with onomatopoeic words, is great for reading aloud. Toddlers won’t need much encouragement to join in the chorus of slippity-slop’s and clippity-clop’s…Highly recommended.” – CM Magazine