Lyra is “reading” her storybook, Quiet Loud by Leslie Patricelli.Â Â Here are the words from the story, in case you can’t understand what she is saying.
Whispering is quiet.Â Screaming is LOUD.
Crayons are quiet.Â Pots and pans are LOUD.
Fishies are quiet.Â Doggies are LOUD.
Thinking is quiet.Â Singing is LOUD.
Snow is quiet.Â Rainstorms are LOUD. (She skipped this page)
Slippers are quiet.Â Mommy’s shoes are LOUD.
Sniffles are quiet.Â Sneezes are LOUD.
Turtles are quiet.Â Monkeys are LOUD
Birds are quiet.Â Airplanes are LOUD.
Libraries are quiet.Â Playgrounds are LOUD.
Naptime is quiet.Â Playtime is LOUD.
More quiet things:Â pillow, bunny, plant, ant, cloud, snail, teddy bear
More LOUD things: drum, horn, rooster, fire truck, teakettle, alarm clock, burp(Lyra called this, “baby doll”)