What's That Noise? by Sally Rippin


What's That Noise? by Sally Rippin

The sounds of everyday life are captured in a catchy, rhythmic text and bold illustrations by Lorette Broekstra...Collect the set! Hush Baby Hush, Go Baby Go, What's That Noise? and Where is Baby?


A real child-pleaser. -- Kirkus Reviews on Hugo the Flying Firefighter

About the Author

Sally Rippin was born in Australia, but grew up in many other countries including England, Brunei, Hong Kong and China. She has written and illustrated many books, including the 'Fang Fang' books. Among the titles she has illustrated is Gezani and the Tricky Baboon by Valanga Khoza (A+U 2003). See also www.sallyrippin.com...Lorette Broekstra has illustrated the delightful 'Hugo' series for A+U as well as the successful 'Baby Bear' series for Lothian.

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Board book
12 pages
Interest Age: From


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Publication date

29th August 2008



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