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Great book. My students love scat so I'm sure they'll love this book!
Book was just as described, like new. Read more
. Woild highly recommend. Beautifully written & illustrated. Great book on Louis Armstrong for young school aged children. Author came for signing and was just delightful!Published 19 months ago by Loren
This book is so much fun to read! Teaches scat in a manner that it's both accessible and fun (scatting about bubblegum). Read morePublished 21 months ago by MJ
Just read/ sang this book to my class of 2-5 year olds- and we had a spontaneous combustion of scat dancing, singing, rhyming and rhythms. What a great treat! Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by caribbeangirl
I used to work at a preschool and the teacher would always play this song called "Scat Like That." When I found this book I just had to get it for her. Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by PennyLane
this is an adorable book. toddlers love all of the nonsense words and the rhythm is great. i love to read it to himPublished on February 4, 2013 by S. Greene
My boy is almost 8 months old, he loves this book, especially when his dad reads it to him!
The pages are colorful and it's fun to look at. It's a great baby book!
I bought this book because all the praise it got in the reviews but,for me it was not an enjoyable book to read. Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by misc089
I direct a program for special kids...the kids want me to read this book to them everyday...and I oblige with glee... what fun!Published on December 7, 2010 by Alan Schnee