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The Daily Ukulele: 365 Songs for Better Living (Jumpin' Jim's Ukulele Songbooks) Plastic Comb – December 1, 2017
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Almost more importantly, the arrangements cover a wide variety of skill levels... New to uke? There's arrangements for you. A master? There are some challenging pieces. The edition I purchased was spiral-bound so that it lays flat on a music stand.
The book is a tremendous value... For the price of a few sets of strings, you'll have an extensive library of music at your fingertips. I would almost go so far as to say this is a "must-purchase" for any uke player. In fact, for a lot of uke groups - folks who get together just to play and have fun - it *is* a "must-purchase"...