Weather or Not? New Picture Book for Children (Ages 0-5) Now Available in Book Stores and Online

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Author David Falcon captures the organic relationship between children and the weather with his first new picture book about a very special rainbow.

David Falcon has just published a new picture book for parents & schools to use as a guide to teach young children about the weather.

The new book is written to make the reader think of a world without clouds, wind, and sunshine or summer rain and decide what would happen if a section of our weather was permanently removed.

The story begins with a Queen who is unhappy because she believes there is too much change to the weather. The Queen informs the King that a one must be taken away but not her favorite, the rainbow. A council is held for the sun, wind, cloud and rain to defend their importance. They each give a clear, easy to understand reason as to why they must remain. When the final verdict is announced the Queen realizes that it is not right to favor one portion of the weather over another. The story ends with the weather cycle remaining intact, just as it is today.

The book teaches children why our weather cycle is important to the earth while adding a moral to the story with a happy ending.    

Weather or Not: This new book is 8.5" x 8.5" with a durable, easy to clean cover. The 27 pages are illustrated with a simplicity that captures the child's imagination with warm, soothing pastel colors. Samples of the art work can be found on the author's website.

Copyright © David Falcon, 2009
All Rights Reserved
Published by the Peppertree Press, LLC
Graphic design by Susan Kirk
Illustrations by Tiffany LaGrange
Soft cover: $12.95

ISBN: 987-1-936051-24-3

Available at: http://www.Barnes&


David Falcon is a freelance writer and outdoor enthusiast respecting the powerful forces of nature. When not searching the skies for lighting or tornados the author compiles literary fiction in sunny Tampa, Florida.

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