|Laura McGee Kvasnosky.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||32 / 2019|
Who knew that one little sound could wake up a whole animal neighborhood? Early one morning, a gentle breeze tickles the ear of a mouse, and he wakes up with a little squeak. That squeak rouses some chipmunks, who rattle their tree branches, knocking pinecones into the river. Those pinecones stir the trout, who splash around in the water and wake up an elk on the riverbank. Set in a rolling landscape at sunrise, this beautifully illustrated chain-reaction story for readers 4 to 7 comes from the duo who gave us the Margaret Wise Brown Honor Book Little Wolf's First Howling.
"This adorable circular story for young readers is a great way to start or end the day with a little humor."—School Library Journal (starred review)