Everything around us can move or make a sound: the trees and rivers, the birds, the wind. Even the rainbows and stars. "But hills just can’t move and can’t talk." Why? This playful prose-poem invites children (of all ages!) to wonder about the world. And to delve below. Do The Hills Talk? has been described as: “Just beautiful. Full of lovely sounds and images which will delight kids. I found it really touching.” Marnie Campbell, anthropologist and artist. “Such a lovely use of language. It gets to the essence of kids, their imagination and joy and playfulness. And the sense that all is possible.” Madeleine Slavick, editor and poet. “Whimsical and totally different.” Ann Hume, educator. It will appeal to children of all ages (even the grown-up ones!) who are intrigued by the extraordinary in the ordinary. And to all who welcome dabbling with the unknown.