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  • Jennifer Marie

    Tap Tap Boom Boom: Elizabeth Bluemle, G. Brian Karas: 9780763656966: Books

  • Georgetown Peabody Library

    Tap Tap Boom Boom by Elizabeth Bluemle. It's a mad dash for shelter as rain sweeps into an urban neighborhood. Where to go? The subway! It's the perfect place to wait out the wind and weather. Strangers share smiles and umbrellas and take delight in the experience of a city thunderstorm.

  • Allison Peters Jensen

    Tap Tap Boom Boom by Elizabeth Bluemle. It's not just raining in Colorado--it is raining in this rhythmic picture book. If you read it, you can hear it!

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