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Thursday, 25 August 2016

Review: Noisy Nights

A farm is a noisy place to be at bedtime. All those animals make LOTS of noise. How will Farmer Hayden ever manage to get to sleep?

Well known for her best-selling rural romances, Fleur McDonald brings a rural setting to a younger audience with Noisy Nights, a delightful story about a sleepy farmer and the noisy animals that keep him awake.

With dogs, cows, sheep, horses, foxes, crickets and more filling the night with their sounds, it’s no wonder Farmer Hayden can’t get to sleep. The list of animals and their sounds grows gradually, with the repetition building to a peak where the animals are so noisy they can no longer hear Farmer Hayden’s shouted request that they all ‘Stop that noise!’

Annie White’s gorgeous illustrations set the bedtime story mood perfectly. Combined with the fun story and unexpected solution to Farmer Hayden’s problem, Noisy Nights is sure to be a regular bedtime request for toddlers and preschoolers.

Title: Noisy Nights
Author: Fleur McDonald
Illustrator: Annie White
Publisher: New Frontier Publishing, $24.99 RRP
Publication Date: August 2016
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9781925059663
For ages: 3 - 6
Type: Picture Book

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