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Shhhhh! Everybody's Sleeping is a 2004 children's book written by Julie Markes and illustrated by David Parkins. It was published by HarperCollins (ISBN 0060537906).
The book was selected by School Library Journal as a Best Book of 2005. It was also named one of Scholastic's "Best Before-Bed Read-Alouds".Listed by both Renaissance Learning and Accelerated Reader, who have created quizzes for the book, it's also been listed as suggested reading by several elementary schools.
The title kind of says it. If the Hearing Protection Act passes and silencers are now Title I, so you can buy them with a simple background check, a 4473, and out the door, would your acquisitions be any different? If so, how?
I thought I'd pass along this video for those that might find it interesting. It covers a variant of the British Welrod .32 ACP, suppressed pistol. Parenthetically, the Small Arms Review tests the presenter references can be read here. Cheers!