It's less about describing the sounds than when, where and why those sounds might be made.
The painterly illustrations and rhyming prose make it a visual delight for children also.
The creators of this book, both state residents, also collaborated on "Where Do I Sleep?" in the same rich format.
-- Sharon Wootton
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