Ada, A. F. (c1993). Pregones.
Torrance, Calif. : Laredo Pub. Co.
The narrator recalls the sights and sounds of the street vendors who
came to her house when she was a child and the lessons she learned about
being fair and honest. *In Spanish language.*
PZ 73 .A26 1993
Ardley, N. (1984). Sound and
music. London ; New York : F. Watts.
Explains the characteristics
and transmission of sound, musical and otherwise, and suggests related
activities. Includes index.
225.5 .A73 1984
Baylor, B. & Parnall, B. B. (1979).
The other way to listen. Publisher : New York : Scribner
After hoping and trying, the narrator is finally able to hear the
hills singing. Byrd Baylor and Peter Parnall bring us close to the nature
of the natural world.
PS 3552 .A878 O7 1978
Brown, M. W. (1942). The indoor
noisy book. New York : Harper & Row.
225.5 .B76 1942
Dodds, D. A. (c1992). Do bunnies
talk? New York, N.Y. : HarperCollins.
Introduces sounds made by animals, humans, and machines and the words
used to describe those sounds.
1597 .D64 1992
Dultzin Dubín, S. (1989). Sonidos
y ritmos. México, D.F. : Patria.
María is a Mexican girl who listens to the sounds and rhythms around her--
the sounds of animals, of nature, her little sister, the radio, and the
musicians in her village. QC
225.5 .D85 1989
Emberley, R. (1989). City sounds.
Boston : Little, Brown.
The sounds of the big city are brought to life in labeled pictures
showing such sources as boat and car horns, tapping heels, and construction
Fleischman, P. (c1988). Joyful
for two voices.
New York : Harper & Row.
"A Charlotte Zolotow book." Newberry Award book. A collection of poems
describing the characteristics and activities of a variety of insects.
For ages 5 and up. PS
3556 .L42268 J69 1988
Goode, D. (c1988). I hear a
noise. New York : Dutton.
A little boy, hearing noises at his window at bedtime, calls for his mother.
His worst fears are realized, but he learns that monsters have mothers
PZ 7 .G604 1988
Hearing and sound [videorecording]
(1986). [England] : Yorkshire Television.
1 videocassette (20 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. (VHS). Illustrates
that sounds are vibrations that can travel through air, fluids, and solids.
Our ears catch these vibrations and send messages to the brain. Simple
ideas of pitch and volume are explained. It is part of the Scientific
Eye series. Closed captioned. QC
225.3 .H43 1986
Knight, D. C. (1988). El sonido.
México, D.F. : SITESA.
Questions and anwsers provide basic information about sound, including
its formation, pitch, variety, mode of travel, echo, and how ears receive
sound waves. *Spanish version*
QC 225.5 .K54 1988
Martin, B. (1988). Listen to
the rain. New York : H. Holt.
Describes the changing
sounds of the rain, the slow soft sprinkle, the drip-drop tinkle, the
sounding pounding roaring rain, and the fresh wet silent after-time of
rain, ending with a rainbow. The engaging soft illustrations that capture
the feeling of rain drops. QH
541.5 .M37 1988
My first look at noises.
New York : Random House 1991.
"A Dorling Kindersley book"
Introduces the concept of noises through photographs of musical instruments,
noisy toys, animals making noise, and other situations with sounds. QC
225.5 .M93 1991
Showers, P. (c1990). Ears are
for hearing. New York : HarperCollins.
Describes the process of hearing, during which sound waves travel
through the ear and become signals the brain interprets as individual
sounds. The television is on, a fire truck roars by the window, and someone
is talking, all at the same time. How do we hear each separate noise?
"While there are several books available on the senses in general, this
is unique in its comprehensive presentation of the subject."--School Library
Journal. Full color. QP
62.2 .S56 1990