Tap Tap Boom Boom

Tap_Tap_Boom_Boom_cover_photo_2-330Filled with rhythmic, onomatopoeic words, Tap Tap Boom Boom shows a community of people seeking shelter from a storm in the subway. There is something about a shared experience that creates kindness, and in the end, a rainbow.

Written by Elizabeth Bluemle and illustrated by G. Brian Karas, the story invites rereading and a field trip of romping in the rain.

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2 Responses to Tap Tap Boom Boom

  1. I can get into Rhythmic onomatopoeia!!

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