The Loud Book!

  • Title: The Loud Book!
  • Author: Deborah Underwood Renata Liwska
  • ISBN: 9780547390086
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Loud Book BANG CRACKLE BOO Just like there are lots of quiets there are also lots of louds Good louds HOORAY and bad louds CRASH And louds that make you feel like you arethe center of attention BURP The Loud B
    BANG CRACKLE BOO Just like there are lots of quiets, there are also lots of louds Good louds HOORAY and bad louds CRASH And louds that make you feel like you arethe center of attention BURP.The Loud Book compiles all these kid friendly noisesfrom morning to night,in a way that is sure to make readersCHEER

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      Published :2019-07-18T14:49:32+00:00

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    1. Charming! Oh, and pair this with The Quiet Book for a great 2 books gift! This is one time when the “sequel” is just as good as the original, and probably even more fun to read.I loved everything about this book. It’s not a story exactly, though it does go from getting up in the morning to being in bed at night, an extremely busy day, with a bunch of ways to be loud throughout this time, including “deafening silence” and all sorts of happy, funny, scary, etc. ways to be really loud. (T [...]

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    2. A companion book to Underwood and Renata Liwska's The Quiet Book. This is thus not original or surprising, though it has some inventive ideas about noise just as the previous book had about quiet. I guess I liked it just a little less but the artwork is also superb in this one. I have this feeling Liwska's sort of fits quiet more than loud, but it's still very good.

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    3. In the sequel to the immensely popular, The Quiet Book, Deborah Underwood seeks to discover even the smallest of very LOUD sounds. From crowded pools to crickets, no sound is too quiet to not be loud in some way. Featuring the beautiful illustrations of Renata Liwska, this is a book sure to please young and old readers alike. Take a step into the world of very LOUD possibilities and discover that even the smallest sounds become LOUD in the right setting.Sometimes the sounds we hear and experienc [...]

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    4. Another winner from the Underwood/Liwsak team. This time, our adorable and fun little forest critters are LOUD!!! Everything from good sorts of loud (applause loud!) and not-so-good (dropping your lunch tray loud!) is covered here with the same sweet and humorous style that made The Quiet Book such a winner.I personally preferred the "Quiet" book; I just loved the situations more and guess that, in my busy life, I prefer the quiet to loud ;-p The "Loud" book seems to have a more limited appeal w [...]

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    5. The pictures of cuddly bears and bunnies are delightful and the situations are insightful. Of course fireworks are loud, but when is the crackle of a candy wrapper loud? When you are in a darkened theater watching the end of Casablanca,the bear version, that's when!I think young children will enjoy this book although its small size would make it better for an individual child or small group than a large group. No lexile measure is available, but the repetition of "loud" on each page makes the te [...]

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    6. This companion book to The Quiet Book did not disappoint. I was pleased to see that Deborah Underwood had this book coming out. I also found it interesting to learn she actually had the idea for this book before the Quiet Book. The illustrations are so charming and just plain cute! My 22 month old daughter adores both books. I had never really thought of how many types of "loud" there were and I have some favorites in the book. It makes you think, no matter how old you are. I am using these two [...]

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    7. Just as there are all kinds of quiet in The Quiet Book, there are all kinds of loud. A fun read as it encourages the imagination to think of all these kinds of loud - last slurp loud, walking to school song loud, applause loud, spilling your marbles in the library loud, and many more. Once again, Renata Liwska has enhanced the text with her charming animal illustrations.

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    8. I love the pictures (and so do Mommy and Daddy), and I love that the book makes a loud bang when I drop it on the floor.

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    9. Both "The Loud Book" and "The Quiet Book" would be used in conjunction. I will read both books out loud to the students, and after reading each book we will discuss as a class which loud descriptions and which quiet descriptions the students found the most powerful, or which they liked the best. I will emphasize how voice and word choice play a part in creating these powerful images in Underwood's books, and then have the students use these books as mentor texts for the students to write their o [...]

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    10. Not as great as the Quiet Book. The small-size, the muted colors, the fuzzy etched line qualities all worked to enhance the quietness of the Quiet book. So when the Loud book used these same techniques, it feels more like a shy person's idea of loud, rather than a REALLY LOUD BOOK. I've seen loud picture books. This one is not that loud. But still, it's a nice sequel. I love trying to figure out the story of these little animals. Especially the brown bunny and his striped iguana who he sneaks to [...]

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    11. Again, Deborah Underwood put a smile on my face with this follow-up to The Quiet Book. The illustrations are calming and pleasing. The cute expressions on each of the characters match perfectly to the storyline. You will visualize each sound in your mind and this would be a fun activity to do with your child by having them tell you what they see and hear with their eyes closed while you read them the words. Kids in the classroom would like this activity as well.Just as I did with The Quiet Book, [...]

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    12. This is the perfect complement to The Quiet Book! Some of these examples of "loud" just really made me chuckle. I loved the variety of examples. Some of my favorites are: "home run loud," "applause loud," "spilling your marbles in the library loud," and "crackling campfire loud." The illustrations are a lot of fun as well and add humor to many of the "loud" phrases.

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    13. This is a fun book to read along with The Quiet Book by the same author-illustrator team. The different type of loud noises are fun to go through, from very good, to bad noises. The last one, "Crickets loud," is very apt, as our youngest always complains that the crickets are too loud outside her window and she cannot sleep. We enjoyed reading this book together.

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    14. Deborah Underwood stole my idea! :) When I first read The Quiet Book, I thought to myself, "What a great mentor text to use in the classroom. I'll read my students The Quiet Book and then have them write their own Loud Book."This was such a lovely companion to The Quiet Book. Renata Liwska is probably my favorite children's book illustrator. I mean, is it possible to want to cuddle with a porcupine? In Renata Liwska's world it is!

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    15. The Quiet Book was one of my favorite picture books of 2010 and The Loud Book is a marvelous book in its own right. I can think of endless classroom applications for this book, but it is also just a fun book to read and share. I like how the author weaves the illustrations into a storyline that connects each phrase. Charming.

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    16. Just as good as its prequel, the loud book captures the "so true" loud moments in a child's life.

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    17. A lot of these louds are awfully quiet.

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    18. This book was an okay book I wish it would have had more of a theme or plot line rather than just being different sounds the whole time. I do still think that young kids will like it because you could make the different noises with them while reading it. As long as you make this book more interactive with the kids and let them make their own noises too I think it would work well in a classroom.

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    19. The kids enjoyed this read and I loved the perspective on noises (different sounds being considered "loud" in different settings) that it offers. Super cute and the illustrations are absolutely adorable!

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    20. I love The Quiet Book just a *little* more, but this book is still fantastic, and the illustrations are adorable.

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    21. I like The Loud Book better than The Quiet Book. The loud noises were much better than the quiet noises. I Think children will like the Loud book better.

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    22. This toddler and up book features short descritpions of loud situations that everyone can relate to.

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    23. There are SO many different kinds of loud!!

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    24. There are all kinds of loud.For some reason this one didn't work quite as well as The Quiet Book for me. I think some of the louds were just a bit of a stretch. Also, kids don't really need help being louder, especially for bedtime reading.

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    25. The illustrations are lovely, but otherwise we were not impressed with this book.

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    26. I loved THE QUIET BOOK, and I enjoyed this one, too. I think the art here is spectacular. The expressions on the animals' faces--especially the candy-wrapper one and the lunch tray one, are fabulous and often hysterically funny. Because the characters are making loud noises in this book, the action is great, very dynamic. The belly flop page is one of my favorites! And there's a nice mix of activities, just as in QUIET. What doesn't work quite as well for me here is that with QUIET, you could si [...]

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    27. Sequels always make me a bit nervous and this book is a good demonstration of why: it uses the brilliance of the first book as a formula and in so doing, it loses much of the magic and originality. As fellow GoodReader Beth Kakuma-Depewt said, "The small-size, the muted colors, the fuzzy etched line qualities all worked to enhance the quietness of The Quiet Book. So when The Loud Book used these same techniques, it feels more like a shy person's idea of loud, rather than a REALLY LOUD BOOK." Sti [...]

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    28. I loved The Quiet Book, and I find this one equally delightful for some of the same reasons but also for different ones. Young readers will quickly be able to identify the good and the bad kinds of loud as the animals go about their day. This title would be quite useful as a writing mentor text focusing on all the different levels and kinds of loudness or even some other concept. Those pencil and digitally colored illustrations are wonderful too--with the wide-eyed bunny on the last page, trying [...]

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    29. For me, I liked this book over it's partner, The Quiet Book, also by Deborah Underwood. I also think that this book's illustrations are fuller and had more detail. On two different pages the illustrator, Renata Liwska, adds characters reading tiny copies of The Quiet Book. Its cute little details like this that catch my eye. Again, I really liked the illustration style, same as with the Quiet Book. This book would be great in read alouds too because you can use so many different funny loud voice [...]

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