Noisy Farm: My First Sound Book

Written by Marion Billet
Scholastic

Like the first book in the series, I Love Music, Noisy Farm is an incredibly simple but utterly fascinating interactive storybook with innovative animal sound technology bound to enchant curious young readers and ignite a love of all things down on the farm!

Readers of every age will be surprised with the amazing sounds in this charming board book that brings every farm animal to life! Noisy Farm has a button on every spread, which triggers one of six captivating animal sounds that introduces a familiar farm animal to the reader.  A delightful and engaging addition to the My First Sound Book series that everyone in the family will enjoy reading — and playing — again and again.

Marion Billet is a French illustrator for kids

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