Who's That I Hear?

Who's That I Hear?

Who's That I Hear?

Who's That I Hear?


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Who’s That I Hear was written with children ages 2-6 in mind.

In this updated take on the Sesame Street Classic, Monster at the End of the Book, the fear of ‘bumps in the night' allows children to imagine what might be under the bed or in the closet, while following along with our young hero as he works up the courage to seek out the source of the noise on his own.

The conclusion leaves the reader comforted by the late-night visitor and empowered to conquer their own bedtime fears.

Simple, straightforward text accompanied by endearing original watercolors will delight young readers and their parents.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732790926
Publisher: Lucky Chicken Productions LLC
Publication date: 04/06/2021
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

About the Author

DJ Hill is a poet and mixed media artist. She lives and creates in Colorado. Who's That I Hear? is her first children's book. Homespun Mercies, DJ's debut collection of poetry, won the NYC Big Book, IBPA Benjamin Franklin, and CIPA EVVY Awards in Poetry. It has also received honors from the Nautilus, IPPY, and International Book Awards. Her mixed media art has been exhibited at the R2 Gallery, Red Brick Center for the Arts, Las Laguna Gallery, and Loveland Museum-where it was awarded the Spirit of the Suffragists prize during VOTE: A Centennial Celebration.

Julie Adriansen is a water colrist living in Vail, Colorado. Her style of painting is simple. She embraces color and simple bold images. As a lover of people and animals of all kinds, she puts their images on paper using th ecolors she sees when she looks at them, hoping that those are the same colors they see in themselves. Julie's goal is always to stir up teh same feelings in her audience that she feels when she is painting her subjects.

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