Whats That Sound
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|Author||: John Covach,Andrew Flory|
The #1 text and digital media package, What's That Sound? helps students understand rock first and foremost as music, emphasizing concepts and listening skills. In addition, rich analysis of the forces that shaped this vibrant style help readers connect the music with its cultural and historical context. With the fifth edition, the media package for the most authoritative, comprehensive survey of rock is augmented by a NEW Spotify-integrated ebook.
|Author||: Eric Hill|
What's that sound, Spot? And where is it coming from? Lift the flaps and press the noisy buttons as you read to help Spot on his search. Can you find some familiar friends from the world of Where's Spot? along the way? This brand new adventure is full of lift-the-flap surprises, with all the fun and humour that has made the original Where's Spot a much-loved classic. Featuring five sound buttons and lots of flaps on every page, it's ideal for developing fine motor skills and encouraging curiosity and play.
|Author||: Joann Cleland|
|Editor||: Carson-Dellosa Publishing|
In This Emergent Reader, Kids Hear Funny Noises At A Sleep Over. Teaching Focus, Words To Know Before You Read, Comprehension And Extension Activities. Inside Front And Back Cover Parent And Teacher Support.
|Author||: Mary Lawrence|
|Editor||: Science Solves It (Paperback)|
Amy, Tim, and their parents go to the country, where Dad loves the peace and quiet but Tim is frightened by all the strange sounds. Includes facts and activities related to sound.
Folder includes research notes and other material such as journal articles, and copies of and extracts from Jefferson-related correspondence, including Jefferson's correspondence with inventor James Clarke.
|Author||: Jonathan Ying|
“An excellent choice for any library.” —School Library Journal It's a busy day at Rabbit's Lost and Found. Poor Squirrel has lost his drum, Elephant has lost her piano, and Bat has lost his entire band! Will Rabbit find their lost instruments before show time? With lively rhyming text and colorful illustrations, this sturdy board book from brother-and-sister team Jonathan and Victoria Ying (Not Quite Black and White) is perfect for little hands.
|Author||: Laura Gates Galvin|
|Editor||: Studio Mouse|
"One day Peep hears the most beautiful sound he's ever heard, but where is it coming from? Join Peep and his friends to find out. Peep and the Big Wide World is an award-winning TV show that introduces young children to the world of early science. In this story, children learn about all the different noises in the big wide world ."--Back cover.
|Author||: Cheryl Willis Hudson|
|Editor||: Candlewick Press|
Provides youngsters with an almost sensory experience." — School Library Journal Hands can do all kinds of things — wave hello and good-bye, play peekaboo, touch things, clap, even tie a shoe. For the very young, hands are a never-ending source of discovery and a means of mastery in an ever-unfolding world. With singsong rhythm, simple design, and alluring color photos of toddlers, Hands Can invites the littlest readers to discover the many things hands can do.
|Author||: LeAnne Bauman Litka|
Over and above, an ABC book, "What's That Sound?" teaches the letters in the order of the most common sounds with the same strategic visual concepts used by literacy specialists in the field. Using artfully hand-cut illustrations, author-illustrator LeAnne Bauman Litka playfully engages young readers inviting fingers to touch and track from top to bottom and left to right. Uniquely helpful to differing learning styles, this book includes smart visual cues to help readers discover beginning, middle, and end sounds. ? It cleverly illustrates the idea that some letters represent more than one sound. Simple, neat, this book provides beautiful time-tested objects and characters that become easily recognizable silhouettes so students will connect sounds from everyday spoken words to their partner consonants and vowels. Alone or with guidance, children will enjoy interacting in a fun and engaging new experience as they are rewarded by the increased self-confidence from a foundational understanding of their new letter friends.
|Author||: Susan Hood,Ian Chernichaw,Traci Paige Johnson,Todd Kessler,Angela C. Santomero|
|Editor||: Simon Spotlight|
Blue discovers different noises throughout the house, including squeaks, clicks, and rattles, in this lift-the-flap book. On board pages.
|Author||: Eric Hill|
|Editor||: Frederick Warne Publishers|
What's That Noise, Spot? is a sound book featuring Eric Hill's classic character, SpotYoung Spot fans will find plenty of fun and lots to discover in this large-format 18-button sound book. Each page shows Spot in a different scene which toddlers can recognise - at home, at the farm, at school, at the seaside and at the park. Sound symbols indicate which buttons to press to make the sound effects for each location, and words are labelled to encourage young children to identify familiar objects and begin to explore the world. The book provides a wondeful interactive treat for children and adults to share.'Spot is one of the essential experiences of childhood.' Parents magazineEric Hill was born in North London and lived there for many years. He started his artistic career as an art studio messenger and from there went on to become a cartoonist and eventually an art director at a leading advertising agency. In 1978 Eric made up a story about a small puppy to read to his son at bedtime and Spot was born. The success of his first bestselling lift-the-flap classic 'Where's Spot?' in 1980 convinced him to become a full-time author. Eric currently resides in France.Don't miss any of the Spot lift-the-flap classics:Spot's First Walk; Spot's Birthday Party; Spot's First Christmas; Spot Goes to School; Spot Goes on Holiday; Spot Goes to the Circus; Spot Goes to the Farm; Spot's First Easter; Spot's Baby Sister; Spot Stays Overnight; Spot Goes to the Park; Spot Goes to a Party; Spot Bakes a Cake; Spot Visits his Grandparents; Spot Can Count; Who's There, Spot?; Spot Says Goodnight
|Author||: Naomi Howarth|
|Editor||: Candlewick Press (MA)|
When Magnus the seal is awakened by a rumbling sound, it may be closer than he thinks in a funny, kid-friendly story that winds up with facts about Arctic creatures. Rumble, rumble, rumble. . . . What's that noise? Magnus the Arctic seal wakes up from a very deep sleep one morning, puzzled by a strange rumbling sound. What's that noise? Could it be the creaking of the trees? The whistling of the wind? The cracking of the ice? The roaring of the sea? Hare, Owl, and Polar Bear don't have any idea, but Walrus has a good suggestion: it could be Magnus's rumbling tummy! After a yummy feast of plump, pink shrimp, the friends all settle down to sleep -- but suddenly there's another rumbling sound. What's that noise? Readers curious about the creatures can learn more about them and their environment in an informative final spread.
|Author||: Alexander J. Morin|
|Editor||: Hal Leonard Corporation|
Encompassing more than five hundred classical composers past and present, this listener's guide to classical music discusses the best recordings of symphonies, operas, choral pieces, chamber music, and more by the world's leading composers as performed by a variety of outstanding musicians and conductors, and includes essays on the classical repertory, composers, instruments, and more. Original.
|Author||: Gillian Liu|
|Editor||: Evans Brothers Limited|
This series of books is designed for pre-school and infant children to read with an adult. The words and pictures at the top of the page, which are taken from the story, can be used for discussion, matching and, eventually, reading. As children's confidence grows, they can begin to pick out initial letter sounds, to read whole words and then phrases for themselves. Activities at the end of each book reinforce some of the language skills developed through the story.