** 5-Star Rating on Amazon with 200+ reviews**
BOOM! CRASH! ROAAAR! What in the WORLD is going on up there?! Those loud, booming roars coming from the sky are so scary! But have you ever wondered what they are?!?
Little Liam is tired of being afraid when the sky roars - thunderstorms are not his favorite - so he’s off on the ultimate quest to find out what’s roaring and get it to quit!
What a fun surprise!! Pirates, firefighters -- and even dinosaurs -- quickly turn fear into one big-bellied-giggle after another!
Silliness and joy radiate from these pages, and will pull your child along on the brave adventure to find out why the sky ROARS!
Perfect for more than just dino lovers - it’s engaging and FUN for all kids who love exciting adventures (but best suited for ages 3-8).
This magical, imaginative, humorously illustrated tale may quell the fears of readers scared of storms. - Kirkus
The rhymes are cute and never forced, and children will find them memorable. Weaver’s illustrations show that she is multi-talented and the images fit the book's quirky ideas perfectly. I laughed out loud at one of the creatures that the boy found as he investigated thunder’s source. I won’t say what the boy learns about why the sky roars because I don’t want to spoil the story, but I will say that author Katie Weaver has a wonderful sense of humor and knows exactly how to appeal to children. - Reader's Favorite, 5-star rating
Little ones will be delighted as they float through the clouds uncovering dancing pirates and family-friendly dinosaurs along with Liam and his adventurous feline companion. All of this is sewn together by a flawless rhyming text that is seamlessly integrated with the beautiful artwork. A dreamy blend of whimsy, warmth and sugar, When The Sky Roars is the perfect antidote to any rainy day. - Indie's Today, 5-star rating
A fantastic story that captivates and transports a child into a world of fantasy and dreams. Children will wish they could accompany the main character on his incredible journey. The art is vivid and enthralling. And the cadence is a wonderful tribute to Twas the Night Before Christmas. - Amazon review