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Everybody's favorite Wombat is back, and he's desperate to cool down! Winston wants to play outside, but it's SO hot. Luckily, his mom comes up with a great idea: They can play in the sprinklers! Together they jump and laugh and play in the cool water under a hot summer sun, and then things get even better. There's a rainbow! Right there in the mist. But where did it come ...more
Paperback, 28 pages
Published December 5th 2019 by FriesenPress
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Nony
Sep 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Winston's Wet is a Children's Book written by the author Megan Cline and Illustrated by Sakshi Mangal. It is the story of a little Winston. It's a hot sunny day and Winston wants to play outside. But how can he play when the sun is too hot? So, his mom got the idea that Winston can play in the water if his Mom turn on the sprinkler.

While playing little Winston saw the rainbow and learnt more about it from his Mommy. Read the story yourself to go on an adventure with little Winston. Winston will
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Lenoire
Nov 12, 2020 rated it liked it
Winston is back with a new story to share! Except, he is really hot and needs to cool down. He wants to play outside but, it's so hot. His mom tells him he can play in the sprinklers. Together they enjoy playing in the sprinklers together and cooling down under the hot sun. However, Winston makes a discovery and is curious to know where it came from. He found a rainbow and wants to know everything about it. Together with his mom, he will learn all about relationships and rainbows.

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Jul 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Another addition to the super cute Winston series. Winston is playing in the sprinkler on a hot summer day. When he sees a rainbow is amazed and wants to hug it, but he can’t. Soon his mother explains what rainbows are and how some things in life are not tangible but are still real, like rainbows, love or friendship.
Ashley
Nov 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
My kids and I loved this story 💛 it's a great reminder right now that even though we can't touch or hold something (friendship or rainbows) they are still there. 5 🌟 read from my kids! The illustrations are amazing, too!
Joy Kidney
Mar 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Have you ever wanted to hold a rainbow? In this winsome storybook, little wombat Winston learns how a rainbow is like friendship. Or like love. The illustrations make this book even more appealing. My granddaughter is getting all three Winston books for her birthday!
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