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BBC Radio’s Children’s Hour author Carol Odell creates ‘The Noisy Noise’

12 May

iBook Review by Jessica Valentine (www.bugleboypublishing.com)

“The Noisy Noise” by Carol Odell
With technology continuing to develop non-stop and our children evolving ever so quickly with that technology no explanation is needed when my 5 year old, Sophie, quickly figures out how to use this ibook, “Noisy Noise” by Carol Odell.  The thing she likes the most is selecting an object and hearing the corresponding sound.  With the use of audio learning, tactile learning and visual learning this book is the perfect tool for my little girl who is learning how to read.

It was easy to download from our itunes and my daughter enjoyed touching the screen.  “Do it again!”  she said after hearing the noises.

The only thing I wish is that this book was just a bit longer.  However, it was the perfect introduction of ‘sight’ words that my daughter is learning at her school.

“Noisy Noise” is written by the British writer Carol Odell who began writing for the BBC Radio’s Children’s Hour when she was only a teenager herself.  After moving to Australia Carol has written more than 25 children’s books, plus television scripts for Playschool and Skippy, and for six years she was writer/presenter for the Books and Writing segment of a weekly television arts program for teenagers.

Those with an iPad can use the search box in the iBookstore to search for “noisy noise” and purchase it for only £3.49.

Noisy Noise ibook

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2 Responses to “BBC Radio’s Children’s Hour author Carol Odell creates ‘The Noisy Noise’”

  1. D.J. Haswell May 12, 2013 at 5:41 pm #

    Hello there, we could all use a little sunshine in our live, which is why I have nominated you for the Sunshine Award, check out the link (http://amidlifeadventure.wordpress.com/2013/05/12/the-sunshine-award-nomination/) for the rules. Wishing you a fantastic week!

    • bugleboypublishing May 12, 2013 at 5:52 pm #

      This is quite fun! Thanks for adding me in! Will give it a go!

      Favourite colour? Indigo

      Favourite animal? Buddy the Beagle, the star of my books!

      Favourite number? lucky number 7

      Favourite non-alcoholic drink? Diet Peach Snapple (found in NYC)

      Favourite alcoholic drink? Doombar or a steel barrel white wine

      Facebook or Twitter? both (am not very good at being faithful)

      My Passions? sunshine, my family, cooking, writing, travelling

      Giving or Receiving Gifts? both (again, I am not good at being faithful)

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