Hear That?

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SeaStar Books, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Maybe it's a mouse. Maybe it's a wombat. It may even be a walrus trying to escape from the refrigerator! As a mother and child wonder what each click, knock, and rattle in their house could possibly be, each guess gets wilder and wilder in this fantastic flight of imagination by novelist Tama Janowitz. Witty pictures and a clever text, chock-full of sounds, make this a perfect read-aloud. Young readers will be begging to "Hear That?" over and over again!

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User Review  - Jamie - Goodreads

Picture Book. A fun little story about the noises Daddy makes as he comes home from work. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Tama Janowitz vaulted to literary stardom with the bestselling "Slaves of New York, " becoming "the Most Talked About Writer of the Year" "(Women's Wear Daily)." Her stories have appeared in such diverse magazines as "The New Yorker, Paris Review, Spin, Bomb, " and "Interview." She is also the author of the outrageous novels "A Cannibal in Manhattan" and "The Male Cross-Dresser Support Group, " available from Washington Square Press, and an earlier novel, "American Dad." She lives in New York City.

Tracy Dockray studied Fine Arts in New York. Her career spanned from sculpture to puppetry to painting murals in hospitals, school playgrounds, and children's rooms. Finally she began to illustrate children's books. She has illustrated over 20 books including two that she wrote herself and the Harper Collins editions of Beverly Cleary's Ramona Series and The Mouse and the Motorcycle Series.

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