“Who would have thought there are so many kinds of quiet: some pleasing (coloring in the lines quiet), some not so pleasing (jelly side down quiet), some thoughtful (first snowfall quiet) and some just wonderful (best friends don't need to talk quiet). Deborah Underwood's text and Renata Liwska's pictures perfectly capture the wide array of a child's experiences that don't involve words. This book begs to be read quietly.”
— Beth Puffer, Bank Street Bookstore, New York, NY
Quiet can be delicate. Quiet can be thundering Quiet can be sweet, and cozy, and can most definitely help you fall asleep. This irresistibly charming bedtime classic explores all the different quiets that can fill a child's days from morning until night. Sweet, beautifullyrendered bears, rabbits, fish, birds, and iguanas propel the story far beyond words.
About the Author
Deborah Underwood has written many books for children. She lives in San Francisco and loves "cat sleeping on your stomach quiet" and "smelling lilacs quiet." Visit her online at www.DeborahUnderwoodBooks.com. Drawing a picture book quiet, is Renata Liwska's favorite kind ofquiet. Renata's previous picture books includes "Little Panda" which she wrote and illustrated.