It was so quiet I could hear a pin drop by Andy Goodman

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The whimsical but simple illustrations of British designer Andy Goodman invite young readers to listen as well as read aloud, hearing and making engaging sounds along the way. From quiet kites fluttering to elephants stampeding, It was so quiet I could hear a pin drop is sure to engage a toddler many times over with its fanciful flight of adventure and crescendo of sounds.

About Andy Goodman

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Andy Goodman is the co-partner of Fivebargate Design Studio based in Bath, UK. He is the author of My aunt had one but she gave it away (Corraini 2012), and has designed books for Harper Collins, and Total Content. He lives in Bath, UK.
Published May 17, 2016 by Princeton Architectural Press. 34 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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PreS-Gr 2—Goodman is a graphic designer, and this title is a mostly visual experience that ties images to sounds. It is so quiet that the narrator can hear all the things that are pictured: a fluttering kite, a buzzing bee, and a ticking wristwatch. But soon the sounds become louder…a baby cries ...

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