Exploring the world of music through picture books

Lamme, Linda Leonard
December 1990
Reading Teacher;Dec90, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p294
Academic Journal
Describes how children's picture books with musical themes explore the world of music and how the use of these books can enrich a whole language curriculum. Books that share stories about musical performances; Music for personal enjoyment; Children as musicians; Music and dance; Music in nature.


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