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“Add one more example to The Loud Book: the 'Let Everyone Know How Much You Love a Book Loud!' Deborah Underwood and Renata Liwska once again combine talents, this time to create the lound and standout moments in life. This is a worht companion to the creative The Quiet Book, published in 2010.”
— Rosemary Pugliese, Quail Ridge Books, Raleigh, NC
Just like there are lots of quiets, there are also lots of louds:
and bad louds
(CRASH!)And louds that make you feel like you are
the center of attention (BURP!).
The Loud Book compiles all these kid-friendly noises
from morning to night,
in a way that is sure to make readers
About the Author
Deborah Underwood has written numerous picture books, including Interstellar Cinderella, Super Saurus Saves Kindergarten, and New York Times bestsellers The Quiet Book, The Loud Book, and Here Comes the Easter Cat. She lives in Northern California with her feline muse, Bella. Please visit her online at DeborahUnderwoodBooks.com and @underwoodwriter.
Renata Liwska lives and works in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She is the illustrator of the New York Times best-selling and critically acclaimed picture book The Quiet Book written by Deborah Underwood. She has also illustrated a sequel The Loud Book, and the The Christmas Quiet Book. Other books include Places to Be by Mac Barnett, Boom, Snot, Twitty written by Doreen Cronin, and Once Upon a Memory written by Nina Laden. Renata has written and illustrated Red Wagon and Little Panda. Visit her at RenataLiwska.com.
"Fans of the first book will be delighted to extend their bedtime reading time with the second, and they'll welcome the chance to pump up the volume."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
"The complete opposite of the delightful The Quiet Book, this deliciously worthy companion title earns 'applause loud' . . . Act out a few of these moments during storytime for a joyous romp."—School Library Journal, starred review
"Fortified with the same charm and humor as the first book, this has enough activity and drama to elicit interesting observations and reactions from young audiences."—Booklist
"A worthy companion to their previous success."—Kirkus Reviews