The Very Noisy House by Julie Rhodes
  

The Very Noisy House

Written by Julie Rhodes
Illustrated by Korky Paul

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One of our Books of the Year 2013 A dog barking, a cat meowing, a baby screaming – all of these are set off in a chain reaction when the little old lady who lives at the bottom of the house goes clump, clump, clump across the floor. Young readers will love to join in this exuberant celebration of the noises of everyday life as they run up ands down a tall terraced house.

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Synopsis

The Very Noisy House by Julie Rhodes

This rickety old house can be very noisy. Clomp! Clomp! Clomp! Goes the old lady's walking stick. In the room above, the dog wonders if that noise is a knock at the door - woof! Woof! Woof! And that wakes up the ginger cat in the room above who thinks the dog is chasing her - meow! Meow! Meow! Then the frightened cat wakes up the baby in the room above - waaah! Waah! Waah! Follow the riotous noises on each floor of the creaky old house as each resident makes their own crazy din.

A great book to read aloud with plenty of noises to make together, written in rhyming text, and brought wonderfully to life by Korky Paul's distinctive illustrations.

Reviews

* The Very Noisy House by Julie Rhodes and Korky Paul is a riotous and energizing picture book. Armadillo Magazine This is a delightful book that noisy children will love to jabber their way through, but it's also fun for quieter ones to giggle away to as they snuggle up beside you. The Bookbag 'Crazily illustrated by the great Korky Paul, but with attractive front and back endpapers provided by primary school pupils, this book crackles with riot and energy all the way through. Not to enjoy it must be a near impossibility.

'An ideal book for readers unafraid to bark, bellow and bang.'

'A book which attracts the attention ... Perfect to share with young children who will relish the opportunity to join in with all the noises.'

'Young readers will love to join in this exuberant celebration of the noises of everyday life.'

An amusing story and perfect for children

Red Reading Hub

Early Years Educator This book is a winner. It

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About the Author

JULIE RHODES is a professional wildlife artist who lives in Cornwall with her husband and baby daughter. Their boxer dog Archie inspired Julie to write The Very Noisy House. Julie says, Archie is always barking and running about, so our house is very noisy! She has written and illustrated stories for her family all her life, but this is her first published book.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Julie Rhodes
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

4th July 2013

ISBN

9781845079833

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