Morning Sounds, Evening Sounds

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Stevenson, Harvey 1994 Hardcover New. New dust jacket. 0671874373 Sewn binding. Paper over boards. Audience: Children/juvenile.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
This beguiling duo uses quiet charm to introduce youngsters to everyday sights and sounds. A girl in Day Lights wakes to ``morning sunlight,'' then encounters the refrigerator's light, a traffic signal as she heads for school, and so on through her day, until the twinkling stars shine and ``my sleepy eyes close.'' (The light emanating from a toy robot's flashing eyes is a particularly engaging choice.) In the second book, an African American boy notes specific sounds as he follows his daily routine. And here, too, Schoberle ( Esmeralda and the Pet Parade ) chooses common yet often overlooked examples: the ``pop'' of bread from a toaster, the ``swish'' of the school bus doors opening and closing. Stevenson's ( As the Crow Flies ) crosshatched ink-and-watercolor illustrations cast a glow of cozy familiarity over these homey scenes, in which several unusual perspectives add distinction and variety. Ages 3-6. (June)
School Library Journal
PreS-Gr 1-This simple book tells of the sounds a child might hear in the morning and evening. Narrated by a young, school-age boy, it depicts his loving African-American family, which includes a baby brother, older sister, mother, and father. The warm watercolor-and-ink illustrations are appealing, as is the book's design, with its large typeface and ample use of white space. Less successful, however, is the rather monotonous text, which consists of 11 descriptive sentences, e.g., ``Birds chirp outside my window as I dress for school,'' ``My kitten purrs happily as we drift off to sleep.'' An additional purchase.-Kathleen Odean, Moses Brown School, Providence, RI
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780671874377
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/3/1994
  • Pages: 1
  • Age range: 9 years

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