Written by Grammy-winning Terry Abrahamson, whose work has been performed by everyone from Oprah Winfrey to Prince, The Blues Parade takes two friends, Pork Chop and One-Nose Willie, through the history of Blues music.
Which five words best describe Kids’ Guide to Learning the Ukulele?
Emily Arrow: Colorful, approachable, interactive, how-to, musical.
Elvis is King is a great picture book to introduce a historical legend to readers of a new generation.
Simone LaFray and the Chocolatiers’ Ball is a fantastic addition to the mystery book genre and concludes with, what feels like, the promise of a sequel.
Bound to capture the attention of music buffs, fledging ornithologists, and enthusiastic geographers, Ladies and Gentleman … The Penguins is as entertaining as it is educational.
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In Visby the Virtuoso: The Classical Cruising Cat, author Liane Alitowski introduces readers to Visby, a black cat with a gift for piano playing.
My First Beethoven is an excellent choice for introducing toddlers and preschoolers to classical music and, more specifically, the music of German composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven.
Written with a dark sense of humor and a flair for recapturing the mindset of adolescence, this memoir shows how non-conformity can become a recipe for survival.
Die Young With Me is a raw, honest account of a brave teen’s fight with cancer and the many ways music helped him cope through his recovery.