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I Hear You, Mountains

by (author) Kallie George

illustrated by Carmen Mok

Greystone Books Ltd
Initial publish date
Sep 2024
Environment, Emotions & Feelings, Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance
  • Hardback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2024
    List Price

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 3 to 7
  • Grade: p to 2


This joyful book about nature sounds for kids 3-7 will transport readers up a magnificent mountain.

The mountains have lots to say… if you listen.

It’s time for a hike in the mountains! A group of friends sets off, ready for adventure, with their ears open and their hearts too. From the rush of a waterfall and a chipmunk chattering cheerfully to the peck of a rascally bird trying to steal a snack, there are many exciting sounds to discover.

The third book in the “Sounds of Nature” series for young children, I Hear You, Mountains is an excellent resource for outdoor education and social-emotional learning, helping to teach:

  • How to engage with nature in fun and respectful ways
  • Connection and empathy with living things
  • Mindfulness, observation, and imagination

About the authors

KALLIE GEORGE works as an author and editor in Vancouver, and she holds a master's in children's literature from the University of British Columbia. In addition to writing and editing, Kallie is a speaker and leads workshops for aspiring writers. She finds all eggs enchanting, even ordinary ones.


ALEXANDRA BOIGER grew up in Munich, Germany, where she studied graphic design, and then began a career in feature animation, allowing her to work for Warner Bros. UK and DreamWorks. Since transitioning to children's book illustration, she has worked on numerous popular titles, including the Tallulah series. She lives with her husband and daughter in northern California.


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Carmen Mok is a studio-art graduate of the University of Waterloo, and a crafts and design graduate of Sheridan College in Ontario, Canada. Her books include Waiting for Sophie by Sarah Ellis, Look at Me Now by Carol McDougall and Shanda LaRamee-Jones, and Ride the Big Machines in Winter. She recently illustrated Grandmother’s Visit by Betty Quan, which was named an Asian/Pacific American Awards for Literature Picture Book Honor Title, was on the shortlist of the IODE Ontario Jean Throop Book Award and was selected for the Ontario Library Association Best Bets List. Carmen lives in St. Catharines, Ontario.

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