Hoot and Peep: A Song For Song

Hoot and Peep: A Song for Snow by Lita Judge follows two young owls as they patiently wait for the first snow. Peep, the baby, wants to know what snow sounds like as they have songs for all their favorite things--like "scrrinkle scrattle" for falling leaves. Hoot can’t really remember the sound but as the first flakes fall and they play in the winter wonderland he remembers the sound is silence! The illustrations are trade marking whimsical, colorful, buoyant Judge.