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Mung-Mung: A Fold-Out Book of Animal Sounds (Multilingual Edition) (Multilingual) Hardcover – Bargain Price, February, 2004
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From School Library Journal
PreS–A multilingual guessing game for the youngest children. Each spread begins with the question, "What kind of animal says..." and features a variety of sounds in playful handwritten typefaces. Opening a flap reveals the answer. Several languages from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East are included, as well as the sound in English to tip off youngsters. Bigda's cotton-candy-colored gouache artwork displays a lightness of line and a jazzy, free-form feel that blends well with the simple fare. The pages of onomatopoeic sounds are bright and artful (at least to someone able to read them) but young audiences may wiggle impatiently to open the flaps. Hank De Zutter's Who Says a Dog Goes Bow-Wow? (Dell, 1997) covers the same theme in a more straightforward and linear approach. Pair Park's fun title with Miriam Schlein's Hello, Hello! (S & S, 2002), a book on animal communication, or Manya Stojic's greetings in 42 languages in Hello World (Scholastic, 2002).–Marge Loch-Wouters, Menasha's Public Library, WI
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About the Author
Linda Sue Park is the author of "A Single Shard" (Clarion), winner of the 2002 Newbery Medal. She lives in New York State.
Illustrator: Diane Bigda has illustrated many yummy cookbooks. "Mung-Mung" is her first children's book. Diane lives in Massachusetts.
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