This book is so clever, I can’t believe we’ve never met before. Turned on its side you begin an interesting journey from the ground floor up an apartment building. On each floor the residents complain about the noise from the floor above and speculate what could be creating such a din.
As we turn each page we discover the real culprits (the dinosaur for example is Mr Fettle on a typewriter) who then moan about the floor above, and on and on until we reach the delightfully noisy top floor.
You could spend a long time enjoying this brilliant book with a class of kids trying to guess the source of each ruckus.
Check out Who’s that banging on the ceiling? at Auckland Libraries.
Or buy Who’s that banging on the ceiling? from Fishpond.