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When the storm subsides and the sun comes out, don't forget to look for the rainbow! Inspired by kids across the country displaying rainbows in their windows, acclaimed illustrators come together to imagine everything these rainbows represent: caring for one another, and our hopes for the future. In this collection of eighteen scenes, readers will lick an ice cream cone, sw When the storm subsides and the sun comes out, don't forget to look for the rainbow! Inspired by kids across the country displaying rainbows in their windows, acclaimed illustrators come together to imagine everything these rainbows represent: caring for one another, and our hopes for the future. In this collection of eighteen scenes, readers will lick an ice cream cone, swim in the ocean, cuddle close with cousins, and celebrate a birthday with a party full of friends and family. Each spread has a hidden rainbow for kids to find! An introduction by R. J. Palacio, New York Times bestselling author of Wonder, reminds us that rainbows have always been symbols of hope, and that as fleeting as a rainbow may seem, we can always look for the next one--in the sky, on the sidewalk, and in a window. 100% of net proceeds from the sale of this book will go to World Central Kitchen, using the power of food to help our communities weather this storm.


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When the storm subsides and the sun comes out, don't forget to look for the rainbow! Inspired by kids across the country displaying rainbows in their windows, acclaimed illustrators come together to imagine everything these rainbows represent: caring for one another, and our hopes for the future. In this collection of eighteen scenes, readers will lick an ice cream cone, sw When the storm subsides and the sun comes out, don't forget to look for the rainbow! Inspired by kids across the country displaying rainbows in their windows, acclaimed illustrators come together to imagine everything these rainbows represent: caring for one another, and our hopes for the future. In this collection of eighteen scenes, readers will lick an ice cream cone, swim in the ocean, cuddle close with cousins, and celebrate a birthday with a party full of friends and family. Each spread has a hidden rainbow for kids to find! An introduction by R. J. Palacio, New York Times bestselling author of Wonder, reminds us that rainbows have always been symbols of hope, and that as fleeting as a rainbow may seem, we can always look for the next one--in the sky, on the sidewalk, and in a window. 100% of net proceeds from the sale of this book will go to World Central Kitchen, using the power of food to help our communities weather this storm.

30 review for Share Your Rainbow: 18 Artists Draw Their Hope for the Future

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Beautiful

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Bange

    Another lovely collection of thoughts and arts from some of today's brightest talents. R.J. Palacio provides an introduction to this book of what a rainbow has meant in history and what it means to her today. Eighteen diverse illustrators show and tell what makes up their hope for the future, framed as a "rainbow". Well-known illustrators are included with lesser-known, yet accomplished illustrators, including Vashti Harrison, Mollt Idle, Sarah Jacoby, Oge Mora, Adam Rex, Dan Santat,Laura Vaccaro Another lovely collection of thoughts and arts from some of today's brightest talents. R.J. Palacio provides an introduction to this book of what a rainbow has meant in history and what it means to her today. Eighteen diverse illustrators show and tell what makes up their hope for the future, framed as a "rainbow". Well-known illustrators are included with lesser-known, yet accomplished illustrators, including Vashti Harrison, Mollt Idle, Sarah Jacoby, Oge Mora, Adam Rex, Dan Santat,Laura Vaccaro Seeger, Bob Shea, Lane Smith, Divya Srinivasan, and Elise Parsley. All net proceeds will go to World Central Kitchen. A lovely collection of thoughts and visions that are sure to stir the heart. Highly Recommended for PreSchool-grade 3.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    It's difficult to imagine any art project more fun this fall than to get this book, read and enjoy it, then create your own rainbow wish! Eighteen artists have shared their own and I noticed quite a few wishing for activities with friends! With the virus restrictions and the hope to stay safe and well, it means very little or no time with a group. Brian Biggs writes "My rainbow is playing ball with everyone." He shows a group of very happy children, and a ball! Laura Vaccaro Seeger writes "We w It's difficult to imagine any art project more fun this fall than to get this book, read and enjoy it, then create your own rainbow wish! Eighteen artists have shared their own and I noticed quite a few wishing for activities with friends! With the virus restrictions and the hope to stay safe and well, it means very little or no time with a group. Brian Biggs writes "My rainbow is playing ball with everyone." He shows a group of very happy children, and a ball! Laura Vaccaro Seeger writes "We will hold hands as we walk and talk and listen and be . . . together." She created a collage of whirling colors and many hands. I didn't choose favorites but only samples. Each one will make you smile.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elaine Fultz

    Sort of fun, sort of disjointed. Each page spread features an author/illustrator's ideas about rainbows and hope with mostly diverse children. "My rainbow is playing ball with everyone." Illustrations by ? include rainbow-colored beach ball being passed between a group of colorfully clothed and hairdo-ed kids, all White skin. Some of the artwork is stellar and identifiable with the artists' signature styles (my favorite is Lane Smith's rocket ship - I'm pretty sure), but the artwork isn't signed o Sort of fun, sort of disjointed. Each page spread features an author/illustrator's ideas about rainbows and hope with mostly diverse children. "My rainbow is playing ball with everyone." Illustrations by ? include rainbow-colored beach ball being passed between a group of colorfully clothed and hairdo-ed kids, all White skin. Some of the artwork is stellar and identifiable with the artists' signature styles (my favorite is Lane Smith's rocket ship - I'm pretty sure), but the artwork isn't signed or labeled, so lesser-known folks don't get the credit they deserve. All proceeds of this book will go to World Central Kitchen.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    You know who needed this picture book? We did. And our students do. And our colleagues do. And you do. 100% of net proceeds go to World Central Kitchen and 100% of these creators are absolutely phenomenal. Brian Biggs - Cátia Chien - Vashti Harrison - Molly Idle - Sarah Jacoby - Claire Keane - Corinna Luyken - Magdalena Mora - Oge Mora - Elise Parsley - Jerome Pumphrey & Jarrett Pumphrey - Adam Rex - Isabel Roxas - Dan Santat - Laura Vaccaro Seeger - Bob Shea - Lane Smith - Divya Srinivasan - Shann You know who needed this picture book? We did. And our students do. And our colleagues do. And you do. 100% of net proceeds go to World Central Kitchen and 100% of these creators are absolutely phenomenal. Brian Biggs - Cátia Chien - Vashti Harrison - Molly Idle - Sarah Jacoby - Claire Keane - Corinna Luyken - Magdalena Mora - Oge Mora - Elise Parsley - Jerome Pumphrey & Jarrett Pumphrey - Adam Rex - Isabel Roxas - Dan Santat - Laura Vaccaro Seeger - Bob Shea - Lane Smith - Divya Srinivasan - Shannon Wright - RJ Palacio

  6. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    “I look forward to some sleepy Saturday when every boring thing feels extraordinary.” When we have come through the other side of this difficult time, what “rainbow” will be waiting on the other side for you? Is it “crowded laps?” Is it time with friends? Is it ice cream at the beach with friends? Or is it “seeing the world through a new lens, imagining a universe of possibilities”? I love this book! Each of the 18 pages beautifully illustrated by a different illustrator, it brings our focus back “I look forward to some sleepy Saturday when every boring thing feels extraordinary.” When we have come through the other side of this difficult time, what “rainbow” will be waiting on the other side for you? Is it “crowded laps?” Is it time with friends? Is it ice cream at the beach with friends? Or is it “seeing the world through a new lens, imagining a universe of possibilities”? I love this book! Each of the 18 pages beautifully illustrated by a different illustrator, it brings our focus back to hope for the future and a return to better things.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    I didn’t realize just how much I needed this book. It’s a collection of wonderful wishes for when this pandemic is over. Take the time to savor each page, each word, each work of art. My rainbow is to share this book with all the little people in my life, all of us together in a big, hugging pile. 💕

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    18 artists depict their hopes for the futures, specifically in response to Corona Times. The variety of illustrations and reflections of hope make this a beautiful book for connecting with children. Hopes range from caring for the earth, spending time with family and friends, and appreciating relationships with others.

  9. 4 out of 5

    peppersocks

    Reflections and lessons learned: In a year where the rainbow has gone from being something lovely within my family raising kids, to the small nods everywhere in the world as a reminder of connection - especially poignant for me and a lost childhood nod too 🌈 “I can’t wait to ride a rainbow” 🌈

  10. 5 out of 5

    Robbi Caldwell

    We really enjoyed matching up the illustrators to the pages they illustrated! Beautiful concept for a book and love that you can add to it on social media, as well, allowing your own kiddos to creat their own part of the story. ❤️ 🌈

  11. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    This is a good read! Could really be used to demonstrate how everyone's rainbow looks different. Also includes the pandemic of 2020 and on - hopes for the future of returning to friends and such. Could do many activities with this. This is a good read! Could really be used to demonstrate how everyone's rainbow looks different. Also includes the pandemic of 2020 and on - hopes for the future of returning to friends and such. Could do many activities with this.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bookish

    Such a sweet picture book pick for kids processing the pandemic.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Delonna Gibbs

    Beautiful art collaboration 😍

  14. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Sharing joy and hope in a time of crisis - the current Covid-19 pandemic.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Rainbows are colorful, peaceful reminders of hope for the future. These 18 artists give me hope for the future. What’s your rainbow?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amy Howard

    When the storm subsides and the sun comes out... This is an excellent book for our times. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lorie Barber

    I can wait to do all the things in this book. And share it with my students. And hear about all the things they want to do. Such joy and hope in these pages.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Syntha Green

    I love that every spread was done by a different artist.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Anne

    Loved the multiple contributors and change in art styles throughout.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Pinky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Kids share their rainbows or the happy moments they want to share with others when COVID regulations are done.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Gioia

    Text is very nice but the extra star is for the amazing illustrations!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This was just lovely - hopes and dreams for a safe future. Highly recommended. Q2020 book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kris Dersch

    This was gorgeous. Like a love letter to all of us, right now, in 2020 and one that we needed. We all need this book. And it's for a good cause. So just go get it. This was gorgeous. Like a love letter to all of us, right now, in 2020 and one that we needed. We all need this book. And it's for a good cause. So just go get it.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    I loved this and look forward to sharing it with others soon!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    Oh 2020. May we get to the end of the rainbow in 2021. 2022? Please by 2023.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bozhena Levine

    A beautiful book with a powerful message of hope! What’s your rainbow?🌈

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marcia

    A group of top illustrators share their hope through the image of a rainbow. The book resonates with all that people have missed due to the Coronavirus pandemic and brings a hopeful note.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    4 stars

  29. 5 out of 5

    Monica

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsay Evans

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