Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices

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Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices
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Joyful Noise book cover
Author Paul Fleischman
Illustrator Eric Beddows
Country United States
Language English
Subject Insects
Genre poetry
Publisher Harper & Row
Publication date
March 1988
Pages 64
ISBN 0-06-021852-5
OCLC 16223845
811/.54 19
LC Class PS3556.L42268 J69 1988

Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices is a book of poetry for children by Paul Fleischman. It won the 1989 Newbery Medal.

The book is a collection of fourteen children's poems about insects such as mayflies, lice, and honeybees. The concept is unusual in that the poems are intended to be read aloud by two people. Some lines are spoken by the readers simultaneously, while others are read alternately by the speakers.

Preceded by
Lincoln: A Photobiography
Newbery Medal recipient
Succeeded by
Number the Stars