This month’s Music Book Review looks at Usborne Books’ Lift-the-flap Questions and Answers about Music. This is a good book for younger readers to learn more about music. It is a lift-the-flap book which will engage even younger readers.
Tala is a little girl who lives in Music Metropolis and who has special powers through the power of music. Read my review of the book Rhythm Rescue by Vicky Weber and illustrated by Geneviève Viel-Taschereau.
A review of Four Seasons In One Day, one of The Story Orchestra series of books that bring famous musical words to life for young children.
This month’s Music Book Review looks at the wonderful book Once Upon A Tune; Stories From The Orchestra by James Mayhew.
This month’s Music Book Review is the fun, rhythmic and joyful book Jazz Baby, written by Lisa Wheeler with beautiful illustrations by R. Gregory Christie.
This month’s Music Book Review tells the story behind Swan Lake with excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s music for the ballet.
This month’s Music Book Review is one of my favourites: Giraffes Can’t Dance, a story about finding your own music to help you express yourself.
This month's Music Book Review is Where Are All The Instruments: European Orchestra. The book is written by musician, author and music education blogger Nathan Holder and illustrated by Charity Russell. The Jumo orchestra have arrived at the concert hall to play their concert, only to find that their musical instruments have all gone missing.... Continue Reading →
This month’s music book review teaches very young children the names of musical instruments by playing the game “I spy with my little eye”
This Music Book Review is a Thomas the Tank Engine themed re-writing of the classic Christmas song The 12 Days of Christmas.
This month’s Music Book Review is a retelling of a Festive Favourite song, The Twelve Days of Christmas or Grandma Is Overly Generous, by Alex T Smith, 2014’s World Book Day illustrator.
My Music Book Review for today is the sound book Welcome to the Symphony by Carolyn Sloan and illustrated by James Williamson. It is an exploration of both the instruments that play in a Symphony Orchestra, and also the 5th Symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven. You almost certainly have heard this symphony before as it... Continue Reading →
Music book review, The Bear, the Piano, the Dog and the Fiddle. A review of this book by David Litchfield. This is a lovely story about music and friendship.
A review of the book We’re Going On A Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and its musical qualities.
When I first had my son, my eldest, was home from the hospital,everyone had been to visit and we found ourselves alone for the first time, I thought I would sing to him. I was a musician and had spent a lot of time at school and Uni singing so I must know what to... Continue Reading →
Today’s Music Book Review is Listen and Learn Musical Instruments from Usborne Books. We do have quite a lot of Usborne books at home. They are quite fantastic for young children - and that is my experience so far as my eldest is 6 years old as I write this. My recommendations may change as... Continue Reading →
A review of Usborne’s Baby’s Bedtime Book of Music. This week’s review of a book about music for children.
A review of the book “My Favourite Things” from The Sound of Music.
A review of the book Peep Inside The Nutcracker publishes by Usborne Books. This week’s #musicbookreview