The Orange Wall: An Acorn Book (Rainbow Days #3)

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About the Author

Valerie Bolling is passionate about creating stories in which all children can see themselves and feel seen and heard, valued and validated. She is the author of five picture books: Let's Dance! (a SCBWI Crystal Kite Award winner), Together We Ride, Together We Swim(a 2023 Kirkus Prize Finalist), Ride, Roll, Run: Time for Fun!, and Bing, Bop, Bam: Time to Jam!, and Rainbow Days, a Scholastic Acorn early reader series. A graduate of Tufts University and Teachers College, Columbia University, Valerie has been an educator for 30 years. She lives in Connecticut with her husband where they enjoy traveling, hiking, reading, going to the theater, and dancing.
Kai Robinson is a digital illustrator and designer with a BFA in Illustration from Montserrat College of Art. Rainbow Days, written by Valerie Bolling, is their debut early reader series. Kai is based in New England.


Praise for Rainbow Days: The Gray Day by Valerie Bolling:

An early reader bursting with color, art, and sparkles. Sentences are brief enough for those learning to read but retain interest and immediacy as Zoya goes on her creative journey. Illustrations are warm and vibrant, perfect for a book about an artist and her puppy. A how-to-draw guide is included at the end to help readers create [their own drawings]. -VERDICT: A colorful, lovely addition to every early reader collection. --School Library Journal

Praise for Let's Dance! by Valerie Bolling:

2021 Crystal Kite Award Winner

"In onomatopoeic, rhyming text, Bolling encourages readers to dance in styles including folk dance, classical ballet, breakdancing, and line dancing." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Debut author Bolling presents 10 forms of dance in short, rhyming stanzas. A fun and lively title." -- School Library Journal