This simple tale, with lots of repetition and a large font, is a good choice as a beginning or transitional reader. I mainly Wet World by Norma Simon, illustrated by Alexi Natchev tells the story of a little girl's wet day and the warmth and comfort of breakfast and her home.
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First Scholastic printing, March 1996"-Title page verso. Natchev, Alexi, illustrator.
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In 1954, for instance, Norma Simon wrote Wet World (Walker Books, £. 9 paperboard, £. 9 pbk, ISBN 2 4). Forty years later, her book is reborn with delightfully watery illustrations by Alexi Natchev. Aimed at early or pre-readers, it exemplifies to perfection the sideways approach to science. A small girl enjoys the differences between wet and dry, cold and warm, away and home: the stuff of a child’s future intellect, well worth rehearsing through this poetic, unpatronising text.
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Alexi Natchev is a children's illustrator originally from Bulgaria; he moved to the US around 1990. Born: Sofia, Bulgaria. Education: National Academy of Fine Arts, Sofia. Resides: Newark, Delaware.
This is a lovely, warm book, with wonderfully wet illustrations.