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The Surround Sounds of Music

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 2 Ratings and 1 Reviews

Book Description
'The Surround Sounds of Music' has been developed for classroom teachers, music education teachers, and parents and children who want to have fun reading books about music. This engaging story contains actual knowledge and each page includes eye catching informative illustrations. An irresistible fun story that sneaks a musical education in the background. The characters Pocket Kangaroo, Wombat ... More
Book Information
PublisherMusic on the Bookshelf
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages52
Publication Date06/05/2012
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About Chrissy Tetley (Author) : OK I admit it. I write stories about bush animals learning music. The ideas came from teaching kids music, and when I told them fun stories about animals learning music, they thought this was so ... more
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About Theresa Burns (Illustrator) : Theresa Burns is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Theresa Burns include Little New Kangaroo, You're Not My Cat.
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2/13/2015 David Babayco

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1/25/2015 chrissy tetley said:
A fun educational story teaching children about orchestral instruments and how they fit into woodwind, brass & string sections. The characters are Australian Bush animals having a musical adventure with Riff the dog and Keyboard Cat. This is Book One in The Musical Adventures of Professor Anacrusi... more

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