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What's That Noise?

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When Brown Bear wakes from his long winter sleep, he hears a mysterious sound. Unable to identify it, he sets out to discover where the strange noise is coming from. Through field and forest, he spends all spring, summer and fall searching for the source of the "thump-bump" sound that follows him wherever he goes. Finally, Brown Bear returns to his cave, where he prepares ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 1st 1989 by Kids Can Press
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Waking bear hears a noise as he awakens and searches for its source, only to discover in the end it's his heart. Illustrated with watercolors.
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Ink on paper

The tangled mass represents
outer choices and also the "inner architecture" that evolves as we
live and learn. It suggests the many questions we have about life, especially as a teenager. A boy juggles stars in the upper-right corner.

Ms. Lemieux has illustrated many books in a variety of mediums. She both illustrated and wrote Stormy Night, which has been translated into fourteen languag
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