With an interactive text and bright, playful illustrations, explore what baby animals really mean when they make their adorable baby animal sounds.
When a lion says ROAR,
does he really mean MORE?
When a cow says MOO,
does she really mean YOU?
How do we know what animals say when they say what they say with their sounds everyday? With an interactive text and bright, playful illustrations, Angela DiTerlizzi and Joey Chou explore what baby animals really mean when they make their adorable baby animal sounds.
|Publisher:||Beach Lane Books|
|Product dimensions:||10.20(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Angela DiTerlizzi is a mom, wife, and author who loves writing books for children. Her picture books include Some Pets, Some Bugs, Baby Love, and Just Add Glitter. She and her husband, bestselling author/illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi, reside with their daughter in Amherst, Massachusetts.
Joey Chou is the illustrator of Say What? by Angela DiTerlizzi and the upcoming Giraffe Rescue Company by Evan Sagerman. He lives in sunny Glendale, California, where he enjoys drawing furry monsters and talking animals, and he finds lots of inspiration by living in a city filled with strange and interesting people who have all sorts of colorful things to say. Visit him at JoeyArt.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A delightfully fun book. I loved all the writing in this book, from the author's dedication to Jane Yolen's blurb on the back cover, but my favorite was the last line of the text. This book would appeal to so many ages: the very youngest listeners would love the repetition and the animal sounds; toddlers would enjoy making animal sounds; preschoolers would love either reading or "reading" this book themselves. My little boy, at four-and-a-half (as of yesterday), is a beginning reader. He doesn't yet read new words, but when words are repeated, he recognizes them. This book is perfect for him. The illustrations are wonderful. Again, I loved every illustration in this book, but my favorite was the little boy and his mother, closely followed by the snakes. And the birds. And the horses. And the sheep. Well, all of it. There is nothing not to love about this book. Even the title is clever.