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Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin (Aladdin Picture Books) Paperback – May 1, 2000
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In a lush orchestral hall, two cats and a mouse sit on an empty stage. Then, a single trombone enters, "With mournful moan and silken tone". He's followed by a trumpet who in turn is followed by a French horn, a cello, a violin, a flute, a clarinet, an oboe, a bassoon, and (finally) a harp. With everyone in place, and the conductor stationed before them, everyone plays together in perfect harmony. "It's the music that we all adore. It's what we go to concerts for". Each separate instrument has its own personality and poem. The oboe sobs and the bassoon makes everyone laugh. Lines like, "With steely keys that softly click / Its breezy notes so darkly slick / A sleek, black, woody clarinet / Is number seven - now septet". As you can see, by reading this book kids learn not only what certain instruments look like, but also what groups of people between the numbers of one to nine (solo to nonet) are called.Read more ›
If, in addition to the pleasure of sharing good books, you're looking to build on teachable moments, (1) consider playing classical music before, during, or after your read-aloud session; and/or, (2) for older readers, try following up on Zin! Zin! Zin! with A Young Person's Guide to Music, which includes a companion cd.
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Nice introduction to numerical group terms. It is colorful and fun. The attire may be of interest.Published 29 days ago by Persop
Mr Moss captures some music and some math in a way that enchanted the kindergarten class I recently read it to.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Something diffferent from the usual let's count farm animals or name colors. Wonderful plot (and subplot with the animals), good graphics, nice rhyming and alliterations; learning... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Neuronicus
This book was a cute way to illustrate the uniqueness of instruments. Perfect for my teaching of reading education class.Published 2 months ago by Betty-Alexandria Pride
Music is a very important skill to nurture when we are young. Lloyd Moss lets young readers imagine themselves playing ten different instruments. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kathleen Ritter
My 19 month old daughter loves music and she is OBSESSED with this book! She could name all of the instruments after a day of reading this book dozens of times and loves asking us... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Betty H.