Item description for Jumbo Book of Music, The (Jumbo Books) by Deborah Dunleavy & Louise Phillips...
Beat out a trash-can rhythm, bang on a water-cooler bass drum or blast a tune from a rubber-hose bugle This Jumbo Book has instructions on how to make and play instruments from all over the world. From creating a thumb piano to playing a didgeridoo, the activities in the book are fun and easy. Kids learn about different musical styles and make music on their own or together without needing technical musical knowledge. Kids can * play music from around the world * make over 50 unique instruments * compose their own songs * create a One Kid Band * experiment with beats and harmonies * try a cappella and cool body jive * throw an African rhythm party A companion CD is also available.
Citations And Professional Reviews Jumbo Book of Music, The (Jumbo Books) by Deborah Dunleavy & Louise Phillips has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Quill & Quire - 02/01/2001 page 39
School Library Journal - 04/01/2001 page 129
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Studio: Kids Can Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.36" Width: 9.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2001
Publisher Kids Can Press, Ltd.
ISBN 1550747231 ISBN13 9781550747232
Availability 0 units.
More About Deborah Dunleavy & Louise Phillips
Deborah Dunleavy is an award-winning author, storyteller and musician. The Jumbo Book of Music and The Jumbo Book of Drama draw upon her wealth of experience as an arts facilitator. Deborah lives in Brockville, Ontario in the heart of the 1000 Islands.
Louise Phillips is an illustrator and textile designer. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.
Reviews - What do customers think about Jumbo Book of Music, The (Jumbo Books)?
Teachers and Homeschool Parents, Take Note!!! Jul 14, 2001
This book would make a GREAT base for a thematic or unit study on music. This book appears to be geared to middle schoolers, but younger and older students will also enjoy it.
The thing I like best about this book is that it gets across the fact that music is for everyone, not just the rich and talented. EVERYONE will find something they can do in this book.
I wish every child from a low income family had access to this book.
This book covers an extremely wide spectrum of music. It changed how I viewed the word "music".
This book is on my top ten list of books for children. I can't recommend it enough.
Make and Strike Up the band! Apr 24, 2001
As a teacher, I really enjoy using this book. The instrument making ideas are really do-able! You have many of the needed items around your house right now. The format is laid out in such a way that it's a pleasure to read and use. When you need a quick idea, something will usually jump out by just flipping through the pages. Suitable for children to use on their own, too. Good choice!