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It's so quiet : a not-quite-going-to-bed book —Rinker, Sherri Duskey, author.

Little mouse cannot sleep because it is too quiet--but when he really listens he finds to night is full of all sorts of sounds, so many if fact that it is too noisy to sleep.

Mouse loves spring —Thompson, Lauren, 1962- author.

A mouse and its mother experience the delights of nature on a windy spring day.

Dinosnores —DiPucchio, Kelly.

Relates the earth changing consequences of millions of nights of raucous snoring by sleeping dinosaurs.

A neighborhood walk, a musical journey —Hill, Pilar Winter, author.

As she walks with her mother to a farmer's market, Penelope hears the melodies of the city from musicians, bicycle bells, and more until one instrument beckons and fills her with magic. Includes author's note about her f...

Hurry home, hedgehog! : a bilingual book of sounds = Ci wei wei kuai hui jia! —Yang, Belle, author, illustrator.

Wet weather is coming - whoosh! Hedgehog hurries along - pitter patter. What other sounds does he hear along the way? A bilingual board book in English and Mandarin Chinese.

On Duck Pond —Yolen, Jane, author.

A young boy and his dog walk by a serene pond that erupts in a cacophony of birds, frogs, turtles, and other creatures.

Camping out —Mayer, Mercer, 1943-

When Little Critter and Gator camp out in the backyard, strange noises bother them until they discover that there is a harmless explanation for each one. Includes activities.

Gerald McBoing Boing —Seuss, Dr., author.

Gerald, whose communication in the form of clangs, toots, and blasts, distresses his parents and the kids at school.

Zoom! zoom! : sounds of things that go in the city —Burleigh, Robert, author.

From morning joggers until night's last train, a boy notices and enjoys the many sounds made by people and things in a big city.

Ten ways to hear snow —Camper, Cathy, author.

Walking to her grandmother's home to help make warak enab, Lina discovers many ways to hear snow, from the scrape of a shovel on a sidewalk to the quiet pats of snowman-building.

The listening walk —Showers, Paul, author

A little girl and her father take a quiet walk and identify the sounds around them.

Zoom! Beep! Vroom! : Busy cities

"Cars and trucks whoosh in Chicago, a bullet train zooms in Hong Kong, and a bicycle strolls around Paris (ding-ding!). Cities around the world are always on the move, and this lively book puts little ones in the driver'...

Say zoop! —Tullet, Hervé, author, illustrator.

Minimal text and simple directions, and the reader's imagination lead the reader to experiment with different types of sound in this interactive book.

Bunny's noisy book —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.

A little bunny listens to noises all around him and then makes some of his own.

小老鼠的漫长一夜 Xiao lao shu de man chang yi ye —Hendry, Diana, 1941-

Disturbed by the many peculiar sounds he hears while trying to get to sleep, Little Mouse repeatedly asks to get into bed with Big Mouse.

The pup speaks up : a phonics reader —Hays, Anna Jane.

After Bo and Pal, his silent new puppy, go for a walk and hear the various sounds of animals and objects around them, Pal finally speaks up.

Shhh —Paronuzzi, Fred, 1967- author, illustrator.

"Around us, every day there is so much clang but there is a special moment when you can switch off all the noises. When that time comes, you can enter a completely different world. Find out how when you open this book."-...

Newton —Tyger, Rory.

"Flap! Flap! Flap! What was that noise? Was it a ghost? "Don't worry," Newton tells his toys, "there's always an explanation for everything." With his bravest toy, Snappy, tucked under his arm, Newton sets out in the dar...

Clang! clang! beep! beep! : listen to the city —Burleigh, Robert.

From morning until night, a city is filled with such sounds as the roars and snores of a subway ride, the flutters and coos of pigeons, and the shouts and beeps of drivers in traffic.

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