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Target Audience:
  • Early Childhood (under 7 yrs old)
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Children’s books, Weather, Clouds, Individualism, Thunderstorms, Fiction, Thunder and lightning

The Little Cloud That Could Not Grow
by Anita M. Everett




All Bluebell wants is to be a big, fluffy cloud. Right now, she’s tiny and funny-shaped. When people glance up at her, they don’t pay any attention to her! That would surely be different if she was a larger size. Wouldn’t it be amazing if she could be BIG?

When a thunderstorm rolls in, Bluebell might just get her wish. But is being bigger truly better? Or is small really best of all?


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Anita M. Everett is a multi-published author of children’s books designed to inspire and delight kids of all ages. She began her writing career at the age of fifteen, writing children’s stories for the P.R. News and eventually hosting her own column for seven years. Anita describes herself as a jack-of-all trades and has worked as a model, jail guard, secretary, and cashier (and more!) during her career.

Anita was born and raised in British Columbia and now resides in Abbotsford, B.C. Her other titles include the ABC Adventure series and The Gull Who Was Afraid of Heights.


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Anita M. Everett
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Allison Frame

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