THERE IS A RAINBOW, by Theresa Trinder and Grant Snider, Chronicle Books, Jan. 26, 2021, Hardcover, $15.99 (ages 4-6)
There is a Rainbow is a hopeful look at the coronavirus pandemic.
On the other side of a window, there is a neighbor.
On the other side of a sadness, there is a hug.
And on the other side of a storm, there is a rainbow.
Sometimes we are separated by distance, sometimes by the way we feel. Even though the world is full of barriers that can make us feel alone, we are all just on one end of a rainbow — connected by all that color and light, there is always something, or someone, waiting for us on the other side. —Synopsis provided by Chronicle Books
There is a Rainbow is a timely read inspired by the rainbows people placed in their windows as a symbol of hope during the coronavirus pandemic. This sweet picture book has universal appeal. I don’t know a child that won’t relate. It’s a lovely book that will resonate now and in the future.
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