Browse all books

Books with title The Rainstorm Brainstorm

  • The Rainstorm Brainstorm

    Valerie Tripp, Thu Thai

    Paperback (American Girl, April 27, 2017)
    It's Aunt Miranda's birthday! The WellieWishers want to give her something special, but they can't agree on what it should be. Then Kendall discovers the Tomorrow Pile. What looks like a bunch of old, dirty, broken things to the other girls looks like cool fun stuff with lots of potential to Kendall! Can the girls work together to create something wonderful for Aunt Miranda? 88 pages. Paperback. Author Valerie Tripp. Ages 5+
    Q
  • Rainstorm

    Barbara Lehman

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, April 9, 2007)
    It can be lonely sometimes on a rainy day in a big house with no one else around and there’s only the quiet to keep you company. But if you find a key, a mysterious key, that leads you to an unexpected place . . . chances are your afternoon is about to get a lot more interesting.
    N
  • The Brain Storm

    Linda Ragsdale, Claudio Molina

    Hardcover (Flowerpot Press, March 5, 2019)
    "A sturdy addition to the bad-mood shelf." -Kirkus This wordless picture book is a thought-provoking exploration of disruptive feelings. Readers may interpret these as anger, anxiety, or even a creative brain storm. Follow along as a mood pesters a young boy and ends up rubbing off on all those around him. After a frustrating day under his version of a little dark cloud, he discovers that ultimately working through your feelings and emotions begins with you. The wordless pages inspire readers to "read" the story as they apply their own interpretations to the young boy's plight.
    J
  • Rainstorm

    Barbara Lehman

    eBook (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, April 9, 2007)
    It can be lonely sometimes on a rainy day in a big house with no one else around and there’s only the quiet to keep you company. But if you find a key, a mysterious key, that leads you to an unexpected place . . . chances are your afternoon is about to get a lot more interesting.
  • The Brain Storm

    Linda Ragsdale, Claudio Molina

    Paperback (Flowerpot Press, Sept. 10, 2019)
    "A sturdy addition to the bad-mood shelf." -Kirkus This wordless picture book is a thought-provoking exploration of disruptive feelings. Readers may interpret these as anger, anxiety, or even a creative brain storm. Follow along as a mood pesters a young boy and ends up rubbing off on all those around him. After a frustrating day under his version of a little dark cloud, he discovers that ultimately working through your feelings and emotions begins with you. The wordless pages inspire readers to "read" the story as they apply their own interpretations to the young boy's plight.
    E
  • Brainstorm

    Sylvana Nieto

    language (, Feb. 20, 2020)
    It is the story of a girl who struggles with a brainstorm. How she challenges herself to succeed and achieve her goals
  • Brainstorm

    Andy Boon, Alice Carroll, Marcos Benevides

    eBook (Atama-ii Books, Dec. 21, 2015)
    You are a scientist. Do you use your new nanobot technology to help people... or to destroy the world?ABOUT THIS AWARD-WINNING SERIES: Atama-ii is a series of multiple-path adventure stories written in easy English. It was shortlisted for the 2015 British Council ELTons Award for Innovation in Learning Resources, and two titles in the series have received gold and silver medals from the Extensive Reading Foundation's 2015 Language Learner Literature Awards.The Atama-ii series is ideal for reluctant readers or for learners of English as a second language. The re-reading aspect of choice-based stories is an excellent way to develop reading comprehension, speed and fluency. Suitable for individual reading or for use in the English language classroom. Ages 11 and up.All titles in the series are at about the 300 headword level and include a total of about 2,500 words. Each text page is between 100 and 110 words, and is accompanied by a full-page color illustration. Each story includes 8 possible endings, and is re-readable many times.ABOUT THE CREATIVE TEAM: The Atama-ii series has been developed by a team of experienced authors, editors, and teachers. Marcos Benevides, the series creator and editor, has co-authored several award-winning and critically-acclaimed ELT titles in the past, and is also the series editor of Choose Your Own Adventure (McGraw-Hill Education Asia), a graded reader series adapted under license from the popular 2nd-person adventures. Authors in the series include Paul Raine (Atama-ii Series # 1: Journey to Mars, Apps4efl.com, 50 Ways to Teach with Technology); Andy Boon (Atama-ii Series # 2: Zombies in Tokyo and #10: Brainstorm, Inspire series, Discover the News, Macmillan graded readers); James Broadbridge (Atama-ii Series # 3: The Lost Cup); Lesley Ito (Atama-ii Series # 4: Backstage Pass and #9: Tornado Alley, We Can! series and Choose Your Own Adventure graded readers); Ramy Habeeb (Atama-ii Series # 5: Hunter in the Darkness, Kotobarabia); Marcos Benevides (Atama-ii Series # 6: Immortal Empire, Choose Your Own Adventure graded readers, Fiction in Action: Whodunit, Widgets: A task-based course in practical English); Kyle Maclauchlan (Atama-ii Series # 7: The Ooze); Theresa Kannenberg (Atama-ii Series # 8: The North Fence); and more coming soon!Our illustrators include: Alice Carroll (Atama-ii Series Books #1 to #6, #9 and #10). Alice has been commissioned by the Australian National University, the National Portrait Gallery, and art marketplace Redbubble. She also illustrates the popular ESL card game QuestionQuest (RIC Publications); and Hiroki Funayama (Books #7 and #8), who is an elementary public school and special education teacher in Japan.For more information, please visit atama-ii. com and subscribe to our newsletter at http://eepurl.com/P8z45
  • Brainstorm

    Alex Downey, Bryan Downey, Ryan Seitz, Joseph Brutsman

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 3, 2018)
    A charming collection of children's poetry for the enthusiastic and inspired young reader.
  • Brainstorm

    Alex Downey, Bryan Downey, Joseph Brutsman, Ryan Seitz

    language (, March 19, 2020)
    A charming collection of children's poetry for the enthusiastic and inspired young reader.
  • Brainstorm

    Walter D. Myers

    Paperback (Dell Publishing, June 15, 1979)
    None
  • Brainstorm!

    Tom Tucker, Richard Loehle

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Sept. 25, 1998)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. The stories of 20 ingenious young Americans who have filed patents with the U.S. Patent Office include Chester Greenwood, who invented ear muffs, and Vanessa Hess, who created colored car wax.
    V
  • Brainstorm

    P. Feiritear

    (Blackwater Press, Jan. 1, 1999)
    None