Who Hoots?

Overview

Dogs don't hoot. Pigs don't hoot. Horses don't hoot. Owls don't hoot. Owls don't hoot? YES THEY DO!

And so begins this funny follow-up to the popular Who Hops? An irresistible repetitive text and bold, bright images of animals combine in a book that is sure to have preschoolers hooting (and buzzing and quacking and roaring) loudly!

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Overview

Dogs don't hoot. Pigs don't hoot. Horses don't hoot. Owls don't hoot. Owls don't hoot? YES THEY DO!

And so begins this funny follow-up to the popular Who Hops? An irresistible repetitive text and bold, bright images of animals combine in a book that is sure to have preschoolers hooting (and buzzing and quacking and roaring) loudly!

Names animals which don't hoot, buzz, squeak, roar, or quack and also names creatures which do make these sounds.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Dogs don't hoot. Pigs don't hoot. Horses don't hoot. Owls don't hoot...." Or do they? Find out for sure -- and hoot with laughter -- in this fun-to-read companion to Who Hops? Bright, vibrant images and irresistible repetitive text will have preschoolers chiming in with their own hoots (and squeaks and quacks...) as they explore many different animal sounds.
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"The sequel to Who Hops? will provoke just as many giggles as its predecessor."
The Horn Book Guide

"Perfect for sharing . . . [and] wildly imaginative . . . This title is loads of fun and children will ask for it again and again. A definite winner."—School Library Journal

"Great for interactive story time. Davis definitely knows her audience."—Booklist

Publishers Weekly
"In this title converted from Davis's picture books, a question triggers a series of correct statements, one per page," PW noted. "A wrong answer signals the turning point and sets the stage for an ecological primer." Ages 2-5. (May) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
School Library Journal
PreS-K-This follow-up to Who Hops? (Harcourt, 1998) is perfect for sharing either with a group or as a lap-sit. The neon-bright pictures are wildly imaginative with eye-popping color combinations. A purple alligator with green teeth against a red-orange background and a pink moose with green antlers against a yellow-gold background, all outlined with thick black line, are certain to get the attention of children, even those in the back row. The short text begs for responses and listeners will be sure to oblige. The book starts by asking "Who hoots?" followed by three pages picturing animals that don't ("I'll hoot when pigs fly!" says a porker), but the fourth page, which states, "Owls don't hoot," is sure to catch youngsters' attention. The pattern is repeated for the questions, "Who buzzes?" "Who squeaks?" "Who roars?" and "Who quacks?" This title is loads of fun and children will ask for it again and again. A definite winner.-Marlene Gawron, Orange County Library, Orlando, FL Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780152050276
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Publication date: 5/1/2004
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 36
  • Sales rank: 402,133
  • Age range: 3 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 0.68 (w) x 9.96 (h) x 0.10 (d)

Meet the Author

KATIE DAVIS has written and illustrated seven books, including Who Hops?, a National Parenting Honor book, a Children's Book-of-the-Month Club selection, and an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award winner. She lives in New York. Please visit her at www.katiedavis.com.

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  • Posted April 22, 2012

    Another hit by Davis for pre-K

    The babies and toddlers in our family love, love, love this book of bright, contrasting colors and great humor. Great fun for anyone to read aloud and enjoy with a child. I always include her first book, WHO HOPS?, in baby gifts and now she has produced another stunner in that genre.

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