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by Peter Spier

eBook Gobble Growl Grunt download ISBN: 0385006810
Author: Peter Spier
Publisher: Doubleday and Company (September 1, 1971)
Language: English
ePub: 1507 kb
Fb2: 1306 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Children's Books

Gobble, Growl, Grunt Board book – September 1, 1988. I hope this book is back in print. Gobble Growl Grunt A Book of Animal Sounds.

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Book Description Gobble Growl Grunt was written by Peter Spier.

Gobble, Growl, Grunt Hardcover – September, 1971. so if you are looking for a book to entice preschoolers, try Peter Spier's new Book. Publishes Weekly from back cover.

There's the predictable community of barnyard fowl with its clucks and gobbles and honks, a more ingenious water scene with hippos (RRUMMPF), flamingos (ONGK), crocodiles (silent) and others, a tree full of starlings.

Illustrations of over six hundred animals accompanied by the sounds they make.
Comments: (7)
The best of the best for little kids--and for those a little older who love to draw animals.
The illustrations are terrific.
got this as a gift,think it is a great children's book.
To anyone who is looking for a first book with babies about animals, this is a great book. It is limited to the sounds animals make and an exciting book to read through with a little one. I hope this book is back in print.Gobble Growl Grunt A Book of Animal Sounds
My grandson loved it
Fast Lovebird
Went through 3 books with my Grandson from reading it so much. Glad to get a copy now for his son.
watching to future
This book was in great condition and is very much loved by my child.
Grandson's favorite, though he really likes Spier's books and stays engrossed in illustrations.
This is another unusual book like Crash! Bang! Boom!, but this time devoted to animal sounds. From humpback elephants ("taa-taaah") to dolphins ("ih-ih-ih-ih"), rattlesnakes ("ticka-ticka-tick") to rats ("squeal"), each animal is wonderfully rendered in Spier's inimitable style -- then labeled, and given a sound to make in concert with about 15-30 others on each two-page spread.

This is a good book for early readers, who will benefit from the enjoyable phonetic practice of sounding out the animal noises. Confident readers may enjoy it even more, especially if they can share the experience with friends who enjoy imitating animals. Pre-readers will enjoy having it read aloud and may have fun imitating the animals, but parents should be forewarned that it can be rather tiring to read aloud.

The book is unfortunately out of print, but is available on the used market.