Holler Loudly by Cynthia Leitich Smith

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Holler Loudly has a voice as big as the southwestern sky, and everywhere he goes, people tell him to "Hush!" From math class to the movies and even the state fair, Holler's LOUD voice just keeps getting him into trouble. But when a huge tornado comes twisting into town, Holler (with that voice of his!) saves the day.

Readers will cheer for this rollicking story about celebrating our unique gifts, and Barry Gott's bright, fun illustrations will have you hollering for more.

 

About Cynthia Leitich Smith

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Cynthia Leitich Smith lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband, Greg. Barry Gott lives in Cleveland, Ohio, with his wife, their two children, and their cat, dog, and gecko.
 
Published November 11, 2010 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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Every few generations a Loudly baby is born loud, and Holler is one of the lucky (?) ones.

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Publishers Weekly

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With prose as raucous as its protagonist, Smith's (Santa Knows) tall tale introduces a boy who at birth "cried so loud....

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New York Journal of Books

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Holler Loudly is the name of a boy who , from the time he is born to his parents, Mama and Daddy Loudly, is just doggone LOUD.He cries too loud [the author does not use the correct adverbial form of the word throughout the text, so we will follow her lead], he pitches toddler fits too loud, he is...

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Holler’s excitement for school, the movies, fishing with Grandpa and just about everything in life prompts him to exclaim with phrases like “Yippee Ti Yi Yo!” and “Ye Haw!” Unfortunately, Holler’s verbal gusto is mistaken for racket, and he is scolded by just about everyone in town.

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