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rhyme and repetition to individually introduce the ten men in the band The illustrator expressively and repetition to individually introduce the ten men in the band The illustrator expressively movement color and various text sizes to spell out the sounds of the ten instruments The last couple of The Crown pages include a brief biography of each musician CBC Diversity has recognized this book for its multiculturality but it has not been awarded any formal honors yet I will say that it captivated my three year old daughter s full attention rare when I read it to her She really enjoyed recognizing the connection to the song This Old Man identifying numbers and listening to the sounds of the rhythm Kindergarten or first graders will be interested in this book because it is a fun read that is not super challenging It also makes you want to dance and young children love any excuse to move Teachers can make many connections with this book to teach numbers counting rhyme repetition music history art and many others Oooh this book made me what to rap and tap and beedle di bop Which is uite somethin since I don t have a musical bone in my body This is a great book the text jives off theage and the illustrations thimp dumple thump right along What a great way to teach kids about jazz legends Hats off to Ehrdhardt and Roth for a beautiful book Encore This isn t just a book it s a
fun experience Usually the CD can be skipped and the book is still enjoyable and I m sure experience Usually the CD can be skipped and the book is still enjoyable and I m sure one could be too You d just be missing out on so much wonderfulness The CD than just compliments the book it gives you an entire lesson on the various instruments and jazz sounds So don t short yourself Über Nacht put the CD in and enjoyEachage goes over a famous jazz musician too so your children will be able to recognize their names ifwhen they Ad Astra pop up in conversationAges 4 10Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a complete break down of everything in the book so you ll know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guide. Slide and shimmy across theage as Satchmo lays one Bojangles lays two right on down the line to Charles Mingus who Everything But The Girl plays ninelucking strings that sound divine Easy on the ear.
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JUST FOR KIDS JAZZY TEXTfor kids The jazzy text a erfect match with the jazzy art This is the Das Unbewusste vom Standpunkt der Physiologie und Descendenztheorie perfect book for any child jazz lover or not In fact it is really two books in one The first is a jazzy recasting of that familiar childhood tune This Old Man with the eponymous geezer replaced by the great men of Jazz Armstrong scats Bojangles taps and Mingus is among us Kids will love Ehrhardt s textual rendering of musical sounds that stand in for the non sensical knick knackaddywhack and be mesmerized by Roth s Ibn Saud: The Desert Warrior Who Created the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia perfectlyaired illustrations which feature a fun game of find the jazz mouse to boot The second book here is the biographical sketches Love Letters presented as the encore to the joyous rhyming beginning Ehrhardt has a knack for finding interesting biographical facts of these men who changed the way we listen to music Bravo Well I stumbled upon a read aloud of this on YouTube and the reader was singing this instead of reading it and it made it SO much better than if I was just reading it on my own BUT I know kids would really enjoy this and sing it over and over And then endingages have information on each REAL LIFE jazz musician The only thing that would make this better is if it came with an audio bonus that had all the instrument sounds Or even a mp3 of the melody using jazz instruments I m already Eat to Beat Illness plotting finding a way to get the high school jazz band to visit and maybe use them in a storytimebut even without that this is a really fun book Sing it to the melody of This Old Man and have fun with it I did it with the toddlers today and we counted every time we turned theage and then acted out the instrument Another librarian did it with reschool age and it was also a big hit So this one is staying on the storytime shelf Written to the tune of nursery rhyme This Old Man this super funky icture book showcases infamous jazz musicians of col. In this toe tapping jazz tribute the traditional This Old Man gets a swinging makeover and some of the era's best musicians take center stage The tuneful text and vibrant illustrations bop. S downloadable PDFs which enable you "TO CLEAN UP YOUR BOOK BEFORE "clean up your book before it Visit my website The Book Radar Karen Ehrhardt s This Jazz Man is a fun icture book that adapts the classic song This Old Man This is the kind of remise that could go either way be really really good and clever or be really really bad In my opinion This Jazz Man is successful in its attempt to make this song swing Like all jazz
books should it starts with Louis ArmstrongThis jazz "Man He Plays OneHe "he lays oneHe rhythm with his thumbWith a snap snap snazzyshould it starts with Louis ArmstrongThis jazz man he lays oneHe lays rhythm with his thumbWith a snap snap snazzy the man a handThis jazz man scats with the bandOf course it continues counting through the jazz bandThis jazz man he lays nineHe lucks strings that sound divineWith a thimp thump Dumple thumpGive the man a handThis jazz man jams with the bandWhat the book doesn t make obvious from the get go is the fact that each number ays tribute to a jazz legend that big reveal comes at the end of the book 2 is Bill Bojangles Robinson 3 is Luciano Chano Pozo y Gonzalez 4 is Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington 5 is Charlie Bird Parker 6 is Art Bu Blakey 7 is John Birks Dizzy Gillespie 8 is Thomas Wright Fats Waller 9 is Charles Baron Mingus Together these make for one great bandThe illustrations are by RG Roth The book would be great for showing onomatopoeias snap bippity bop bomp doodly doot etc And for introducing jazz vocabulary scats jams stomps ounds blows beats wails swings etc But even if you re not looking to use the book in a classroom or home school setting the book is just fun delightful even I loved it Becky Laney of Becky s Book Reviews a really fun book to read with children written to the rhythm of this old man it s verses ay tribute to some of the greatest jazz musicians including louie armstrong charlie The Ulfric's Mate parker etc at the end of the story there are short bios on each musician great for kids that want to know these guys a little better Based on This old man More about the famouseople appearing in the story is Alans Letters presented in the bac. And the eye thislayful introduction to nine jazz giants will teach children to count and will give them every reason to get up and dance Includes a brief biography of each musici.