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Book review: Thunderstorm Dancing

REVIEWED BY LILLIANNA, 9, VIC

Thunderstorm dancing

Thunderstorm Dancing by Katrina Germein, illustrated by Judy Watson, Allen and Unwin, ISBN 9781743314593

Lillianna borrowed a copy of this book from her school library.

Thunderstorm dancing is a story that you won’t see every day. It has lots of clues that keep it fascinating.

A family is at the beach and there’s a storm coming, but is it really a storm after all?

The book has very detailed illustrations and the pictures have been created with great care and respect.

Each page is about a different character.

I recommend Thunderstorm Dancing for 3–9 year olds because there are more pictures than words.

I give Thunderstorm Dancing a 5-star rating.


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Rebecca Newman is a children's writer and poet, and the editor of the Australian children's literary blog, Alphabet Soup. rebeccanewman.net.au.

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