Whisper and Shout by Kate Ruttle
  

Synopsis

Whisper and Shout by Kate Ruttle

Whisper and Shout is all about the sounds we make with their voices. We can make our voices high or low, we can speak quickly and slowly. But we can also use our voices to show action like s-t-r-e-tch, feelings like Aaaaaargh and requests like sssshh. In this book, children will enjoy exploring using their voices for lots of different sounds and reasons.

About the Author

Kate Ruttle is a freelance literary consultant and author. She is also currently literacy co-ordinator, special needs co-ordinator and deputy headteacher at a primary school.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Kate Ruttle
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Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

23rd August 2012

ISBN

9780750266536


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