Three hilarious, original tales of some not-so-scary mythical fire-breathing beasts. Each title is vividly illustrated, and is clearly laid out with speech bubbles to aid the narrative flow. Developed in conjunction with reading experts at the University of Surrey. The audio CD includes a dramatic listen-along recording with music and sound effects, followed by a read-along version with prompts for page turns.
Provides a summary of current research results on the physiological and psychological effects of sound on people Covers how the operation of the hearing mechanism affects our reactions to sounds Includes research results from studies on noise sources of public concern such as transportation, public utility, and recreational sources, with emphasis on low frequency sound and infrasound Covers sounds that affect some but not others, how sounds can be controlled on a practical level, and how and what sounds are regulated Includes coverage of both positive and negative effects of sound