The Noisy Book by Soledad BraviThe Noisy Book by Soledad Bravi

The Noisy Book

bySoledad Bravi

Board Book | January 1, 2013

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The owl goes hoo hoo, the cat goes meow, the raindrop goes plop, the door goes knock knock...

With over 100 pages, this unique board book is full of bright, bold illustrations and lots of noises to make. An international bestseller now available in the US, it''s perfect to share with a baby or toddler.

Soledad Bravi was born in 1965 in Paris, France. She worked as an artistic director in advertising before returning to drawing. Today she is the author of many children''s books and draws for the French Elle magazine.Soledad Bravi was born in 1965 in Paris, France. She worked as an artistic director in advertising before returning to d...
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Title:The Noisy BookFormat:Board BookDimensions:116 pages, 5.5 X 5.5 X 1 inPublished:January 1, 2013Publisher:Gecko PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1877467529

ISBN - 13:9781877467523

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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Editorial Reviews

"In this French import, animals, machines and various objects make their signature sounds.Each spread presents a simple sentence on the left and bold cartoons drawn with thick, black lines of the subject in question on the right. Bravi''s selection of noisemakers runs from the typical (''The cat goes meow'') to the surprising (''The train goes takataka takataka'') to the overly abstract (''Pain goes ouch,'' which is paired with an image of an upturned tack) to the delightful (''The snail does nothing but move its elegant feelers''). Most of the quirky drawings in both muted and bold colors will be easily identifiable to little ones, but some-vehicles, for example-are a little less than clear. The title appropriately quiets everything down at the end with a kiss.With a catalog of over 50 animals and objects on 116 thinner-than-normal-but-still-sturdy pages (probably the longest board book on record), this offering gives youngsters plenty to chatter about." -Kirkus Reviews