From a jangling phone to a gentle breeze, these stories explore sounds both sharp and subtle. Caldecott award winners Margaret Wise Brown — author of the childhood classic Goodnight Moon
— and illustrator Leonard Weisgard present three poetic and winsomely illustrated tales that introduce young readers to the everyday wonders of sound.The Noisy Book
explores a world of hissing radiators and buzzing flies through the ears of Muffin, a little dog with bandaged eyes. In The Indoor Noisy Book,
Muffin listens from his room at the top of the stairs to a sweeping broom, rattling silverware, a gushing faucet, and other household sounds. And in The Quiet Noisy Book,
Muffin hears the softest sounds of all, from a butterfly unfolding its wings to an early bird catching a worm.
Reprint of the editions published by Harper & Row Publishers, New York, 1939, 1942, and 1950.
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|Author/Editor||Margaret Wise Brown, Leonard Weisgard|
|Grade level||Kindergarten - 5 (ages 5 - 11)|
|Dimensions||8 1/4 x 11|