Hoot the owl is very excited for his little sister, Peep, to join him on the cathedral rooftops. She's finally old enough to learn all his big brother wisdom: First, owls say <i>hooo</i>. Second, they always say <i>hooo</i>. Lastly, they <i>only</i> say <i>hooo</i>! But why would Peep say <i>hooo</i> when she could say <i>schweeepty peep</i> or <i>dingity dong</i>? Why would she speak when she could sing?<br /><br />As she explores the breathtaking Parisian cityscape, Peep discovers so many inspiring sights and sounds — the ring of cathedral bells, the slap of waves on stone — that she can't help but be swept up in the magic of it all. Hoot doesn't understand Peep's awe, until he takes a pause to listen, and realizes that it's never too late to learn something new.