Be Quiet! by Ryan T. Higgins
Why am I even attempting to write about this book? If ever there were a book that should to be read aloud and experienced "live and in person," it is Be Quiet! by Ryan T. Higgins. And yes, the exclamation mark is central to the story.
Rupert has decided to make a wordless book, filled with "artistic" illustrations but absolutely NO WORDS. His friends Nibbs and Thistle are intrigued and want to be a part of the book, promising that they will be very quiet.
Their unceasing chatter fills page after page. Rupert's frustration (and the number of exclamation points) increases. Who knew a wordless book could be so hilarious?
Side-splitting entertainment that will leave youngsters begging for repeat performances.