The Loud Book

words by Deborah Underwood, pictures by Renata Liwska

A fun companion to The Quiet Book, The Loud Book celebrates all things NOISY.

Such a straightforward book calls for fairly straightforward type layout.

Belly Flop Loud

Thunderstorm Loud

Candy Wrapper Loud

Spilling Your Marbles In The Library Loud

And so on.

Enter: the title page.

And the copyright page.

Words spring out like sound waves; their layout amplifies the information.

Even the jacket flap gets in on this typography party:

Onomatopeia in bold and distinguished from the rest of the party.

So as a reader, you’ve seen and experienced the cover, the jacket flap, the title and copyright pages, all with nods to INCREASED VOLUME.

And now you’re ready to read.

I will even SHHH for you. Carry on.

3 Comments

  • Posted April 10, 2012 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

    I so love The Quiet Book, and I haven’t seen The Loud Book yet. Looks just as great!

  • Posted April 10, 2012 at 3:41 pm | Permalink

    Just LOUDER!! PS-fun hidden treats when you take the book jacket off!

  • tinamcho
    Posted April 10, 2012 at 8:50 pm | Permalink

    Very interesting how every page, inch of space, is dedicated to the theme of being LOUD! Thanks for sharing!