Big and Noisy Simon by Joseph Wallace

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Simon is BIG. And Simon is NOISY. In fact, Simon is as noisy as he is big. And that makes him very, very noisy indeed. No matter how much is parents ask, and no matter how hard Simon tries, he can never manage to be small and quiet. Hilariously illustrated and gently told, this sympathetic story offers the perfect solution to the big and noisy blues.
 

About Joseph Wallace

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Joseph Wallace has written numerous books on science and natural history, including "The American Museum of Natural History's Book of Dinosaurs and Other Ancient Creatures, The Arctic, "and "The Deep Sea," An adventurer at heart, he has been menaced by leopards in the midst of African game parks, canoed through rainforests, and even stumbled upon the wreck of a World War II fighter jet in Papua, New Guinea during the course of his career as a writer. He lives with his family in New York State. KEVIN O'MALLEY is the author and illustrator of many books, but this is the first project where has only been the writer. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife and two sons. www.booksbyomalley.com PATRICK O'BRIEN is the author and illustrator of nine books for children. He dreamed up the concept of dinosaurs in spacesuits many years ago, but it was the irrepressibly zany mind of Kevin O'Malley who finally created the interstellar hero Captain Raptor. Patrick lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife and son. www.patrickobrienstudio.com
 
Published August 1, 2001 by Disney-Hyperion. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Simon, the hero of Wallace's (The Camera) gracefully told story, tries to overcome his rambunctious nature: "He was as noisy as he was big, and that made him very noisy."

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