An adorable account of a rainy day made extra special by coming up with all the different uses for red galoshes, from umbrella to bucket to drum sticks Storm clouds sailing, wild winds wailing . . . and red galoshes. Downpipe drum beat, rain on my street . . . and red galoshes. Playing in the rain, leaves, and cool windy weather in red galoshes is joyful wintery fun. But what do you do when your red galoshes are too big? This beautiful text is brought to whimsical life by dreamy and enchanting illustrations. This is a story about wet weather, children looking for puddles and having fun with red galoshes. Each page has poetic language with repetitive text. Use of imagery and rhyme make this a good text to show the use and pleasure of repetition.