The Very Quiet Cricket/ASL/Read Aloud Book/Sign Language For Kids/Short Flim


The very quiet cricket written by Eric
Carle and narrated by mommy and Leo warm day from a tiny egg a little
cricket was born welcomed chirped the big cricket rubbing his wings together
the little cricket wanted to answer so he rubbed his wings together but nothing
happened not a sound good morning whizzed the locust spinning
through the air! the little cricket wanted to answer so he rubbed his wings
together but nothing happened not a sound hello whispered a praying mantis
scraping his huge front legs the little cricket wanted to answer so he rubbed
his wings together but nothing happened not a sound crunch-crunch-crunch
good day Oh crunch the worm munching on an apple the little cricket wanted to
answer so he rubbed his wings together but nothing happened not a sound hi bubbled a spittle bug slurping in a
sea of froth the little cricket wanted to answer so he rubbed his wings
together but nothing happened not a sound good afternoon screeched a cicada clinging to a branch of a tree! The little cricket wanted to answer so he
rubbed his wings together but nothing happened!
Not a sound How are you? Hummed a Bumble bee. the little cricket wanted to answer so
rubbed his wings together but, nothing happened!
not a sound. Good evening whirled a Dragonfly Gliding about the water The little cricket wanted to answer so he rubbed his wings together but nothing happened not a sound goodnight buzzed the mosquitos dancing
among the stars The little cricket wanted to answer so he rubbed his wings together (sigh) but nothing happened not a sound a lunar mouth sailed quietly through the night and the cricket enjoyed the stillness As the lunar mouth disappeared into the distance The cricket saw another cricket! She too was a very quiet cricket Then he rubbed his wings together one more time and this time he chirped the most
beautiful sound that she has ever heard!

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