Thunder and lightning button. Duh!
Noisy Night cover Noisy Night flap

From School Library Journal-

Peggy the Pig tries not to get scared, but spooky noises get the better of her. First there is a tapping on her window, followed by a creaking on the stairs. And just as she calms down and is about to fall asleep, a white object in the window yowls. Poor Peggy is afraid, but she's brave enough to open the door when the bell rings!

      Emerging readers will love reading sounds like "clunkity-clunk" and "creak" with expression and will enjoy the joke at the end. Amusing illustrations showing the fearful piglet with dark shadows looming add to the humor.
      -Anne Knickerbocker, formerly at Cedar Brook Elementary School, Houston, TX
      ©2005 Reed Business Information.

ages: 4 and up

Illustrations from A Dark And Noisy Night:

pages 10 and 11 Rattly Noise!



What was that?? pages 24 and 25
Ding Dong!

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