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Skyward Bound (Clouds and Twilight)
Submitted by: Christine Turner, Atascocita
• Pre-school
It looked like spilt milk by:Charles G. Shaw
Uses illustrations and text to tell about the shapes of clouds.
Cloud boy by:Rhode Montijo
A lonely little cloud boy uses his imagination to overcome his loneliness.
Stanley goes for a drive by:Craig Frazier
Stanley goes for a drive on a hot day in the countryside.
Once upon a cloud by:Rob D. Walker
Rhyming text invites the reader to muse on the origin and nature of clouds.
Little cloud by:Eric Carle
A little cloud becomes all sorts of things--sheep, an airplane, trees, a hat--before joining other clouds and raining.
Cloud dance by:Thomas Locker
Clouds of many shapes and sizes drift and dance across the sky. Includes factual information on the formation and different kinds of clouds.
Twilight by:Holly Young Huth
A little girl takes charge of bringing on the twilight, that time of day when it begins to turn to night.
Other Credits: Illustrated by, David McPhail
Grandfather Twilight by:Barbara Berger
At the day's end, Grandfather Twilight walks in the forest to perform his evening task, bringing the miracle of night to the world.
Twilight comes twice by:Ralph Fletcher
Poetic prose describes dusk and dawn and some of the activities that take place at those special times.
Big Round Sun
The big round sun in the springtime sky (form large circle with arms)

Winked at a cloud that was passing by. (wink eye)

The little cloud laughed as it scattered rain,
(flutter fingers downward)

Then out came the big round sun again. (form large circle with arms)

Sun Print Paper
Make amazing white on blue prints with your favorite objects!

I adore making projects with this paper and have been doing so since I was a kid. Enjoy.

"Sector 7" is a wordless book, and for that reason I would not suggest this item for most storytimes. Rather, this book would be a nice addition for a small group or for individual reading. Children delight in the illustrations and bring to life their own stories.

Book: Sector 7 / David Wiesner.

While on a school trip to the Empire State Building, a boy is taken by a friendly cloud to visit Sector 7, where he discovers how clouds are shaped and channeled throughout the country.