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Morning Sounds, Evening Sounds

Harvey Stevenson and Cecile Schoberle use “quiet charm to introduce youngsters to everyday sights and sounds” in this colorful picture book (Publishers Weekly).

A little boy begins to notice the progression of the day by paying attention to the numerous sounds around him. With the pop of a toaster and the swish of the school bus door, he is up and off to school to take in all the sounds he may have never noticed before.

From wakeup to bedtime, the youngsters day is narrated through the familiar sounds that catch his attention through the progression of his busy day.