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Music and Literature

Most of these offerings lend well to reading the book with the music playing in
the background. Some books/songs lend themselves to other activities as
detailed in accompanying lesson plans or just use your imagination!

CHICKENS
Objective: The learner will demonstrate knowledge of Early American and modern
folktales and fables by reading/ singing/playing parts in various books about
chickens.
Key Vocabulary: Folktale, fable, moral
Materials:
Books
    The Little Red Hen, Illustrated by Barry Downard ISBN 0-689-85962-7
    Chicken Little, Retold by Jenny Giles –ISBN 0 7635 1974 X
    Chicken Little, Retold by Steven Kellogg ISBN 0-440-84490-8
    Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, by Mill Martin Jr. ISBN0-671-67949-X
    Chicks and Salsa, by Aaron Reynolds ISBN 0-439-85829-1
Music
    Hens and cockerels – from Saint-Seans Carnival of the Animals
    C-H-I-C-K-E-N by Mississippi John Hurt
    Ballet of the chicks from Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition

To make your own clucker:
    Paper cups in various colors – red, orange, white
    Sponge cut in 2x2 squares
    Scissors
    String – 12-15 inches long
    Felt in red and orange cut in the shape of a chicken’s comb (string of little
triangles)
       And beak
    Hot glue gun
    Black marker for eyes and eyelashes

   Attach string to inside of paper cup with hot glue.
   Tie sponge to end of string
   Add comb and beak with hot glue
   Draw on eyes ad eyelashes
   Add water to sponge, jerk sponge along the string for chicken sound

Masks for Chicken Little
   Make your own out of grocery sacks, or check out Oriental Trading
Poster paper for Venn diagram
Alphabet cut outs for spelling “chicken”
Drum
   Any picture frame. Different frames result in different pitched drums.
   Clear tape
       Wrap tape around frame tightly. Voila! You have a drum.
Process
Read the Little Red Hen aloud.
Discuss what a fable is (a story with a moral).
Decide what the moral of the story is.
Make the “clucker” from plastic cup.
Read story again adding clucks from the “chicken” each time the Red Hen
speaks.
Read Chicken Little retold by Jenny Giles Illustrated by Margaret Power
Act out the mini-play
   Children may want to design masks for each character. Use attached
template, or go to
   www.disneydvd.com.au
   Make your own out of grocery sacks, or check out Oriental Trading Catalog
Read the second version of Chicken Little retold by Steven Kellogg
Compare/contrast the two stories using a Venn diagram.

Read Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Play the C-H-I-C-K-E-N song by Mississippi John Hurt.
Children spell the word Chicken by listening to the song and putting each letter
in order.
Make the drum.
Split the group in half. One half has their “Clucker” the other has their drum.
Read the story again. The half with the chickens cluck twice on the Chicka
chicka part and the other half beats their drum twice on the boom boom part.

Read Chicks and Salsa
Use “cluckers” and/or drums on the word “Ole!”
There are great recipes in the back if you’re into group cooking!


Miss Mary Mack. Alan and Lea Daniel. 0-7802-1284-3
Objective: The learner will demonstrate knowledge of a typical hand clapping
game by learning the pattern and playing the hand clapping game with a partner
while singing or chanting Miss Mary Mack
Key Vocabulary: Hand clapping game, chant
Materials:
Miss Mary Mack, illustrations by Alan and Lea Daniel ISBN 0-7802-1284-3
CD of Oh Miss Mary Mack by Taj Mahal and Linda Tillery
Process:
Read Miss Mary Mack aloud.
Teach hand-clapping game:
Sit across from your clapping partner. Begin by clapping your hands on your legs
to the
    beat of the song.
Pat your legs one time when you come to the first Mack
Clap your hands together
Reach out with your right hand to clap your partner's right hand.
Next, clap your hands together again.
Now reach out with your left hand and clap your partner's left hand.
Clap your hands together again
Then pat your legs and repeat
Play song and see if you and your partner can keep up!

Ann Frank
Objective: to understand the tragedy of Jews during Hitler’s Germany in WWII by
studying the life of Anne Frank.
Key Vocabulary:
Jews
Hitler
WWII
Anne Frank
Materials: Anne Frank by Josephine Poole illustrated by Angela Barrett
ISBN-10: 0375932429 ISBN-13: 978-0375932427
Adagio for Strings/Angus Dei by Samuel Barber.
Process:
Start reading with no music. Begin the piece just after reading about Mr. Frank
being a star at any gathering. There is a picture of Mr. Frank sitting at the table
with the girls. The music is beautiful and tragic. Discuss how music adds to the
setting of the book. Discuss function of music in movies, TV shows. Discuss
what would happen to the story the music was a silly pop tune, a country song,
etc.

Annabel Lee
Objective: study a poem about love, loss, mental illness by reading Annabel Lee
by Edgar Allen Poe.
Key Vocab: poetry, love, loss, mental illness, Edgar Allen Poe.
Materials: The poem Annabel Lee, the song of the same name by Joan Baez.
   Requiem Lacrimosa Dies Illa Mozart
Process: read the poem, listen to the recording. Discuss. Listen to Mozart’s
Lacrimosa from the Requiem. Compare and discuss.

Green Eggs and Ham. Dr Seuss.
Objective: celebrate Read Across America day and Dr. Seuss’ birthday by
performing Key vocabulary: Dr. Seuss
Materials:
Book:
   Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
Music:
   Green Eggs and Ham Live. Moxy Fruvous
   Green Eggs and Hamadeus. Rob Kapilow
Classroom instruments- borrow from a teacher friend, or invest in a set. Oriental
Trading
   Co. is a good, cheap source.
Hand out a drum to the person playing Sam.
Then hand out another instrument to “I am”
Green eggs – I use shakers
Ham – finger cymbals
Here-shaker
There- cabasa
Anywhere-tambourine
House-triangle
Mouse- bells
Box- ratchet
Fox- vibra slap
Car –guiro
Tree- slide whistle
Train- train whistle
Dark – thunder cylinder
Rain- chimes
Goat- goat shaker
Boat- recorder

Children play their instrument when it’s their turn.
Trade instruments and do it again.
Compare/contrast the Moxy Fruvous version.

Dinosaur Stomp. Carol Shields. ISBN 0-590-18709-0
This is just a romp with great vocabulary.

Follow the Drinking Gourd
Objective: to study the history of the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman,
the big dipper and the north star by reading the stories and singing the song
“Follow the Drinking Gourd.”
Key vocabulary: Slavery, Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman, big dipper,
North Star,
   drinking gourd.
Materials:
Books:
   Follow the Drinking Gourd by Jeanette Winter ISBN 0-679-81997-5
   The Drinking Gourd by F.N. Monjo0-06-024329-5
   If You Traveled on the Underground Railroad by Ellen Levine ISBN 0-590-
40556-X
   Escape from Slavery: Underground Railroad. National Geographic July 1984 p
3
Music:
   Taj Mahal and Linda Tillery, from Shakin’ a Tailfeather
   Rabbit Ears Radio: Follow the Drinking Gourd narrated by Morgan Freeman
        ISBN 157099967-8
Process:
   Read the books. Discuss vocabulary terms.
   Listen to the music, sing the song.
   Listen to the Rabbit Ears radio version.
   Compare and contrast the different versions of the story.

Skater’s Waltz
Objective: investigate locomotor movement in ¾ time by waltzing to the calliope
playing the Skater’s Waltz.
Key vocab: locomotor, ¾ time, waltz, calliope
Materials:
   Paper plates- the cheap kind you use with the bamboo supports
   Skater’s Waltz
Process: define locomotor movement (moving through space including high,
medium and low positions). Brainstorm ways to move. Demonstrate personal
space. No one invades anyone else’s personal space while moving.
Demonstrate waltz step in ¾ time.
Play music and show photo of calliope, or show YouTube video.
Pass out paper plates
Play music and skate!

Opera Cat. Tess Weaver. ISBN 0-618-09635-3
   Queen of the Night Aria from The Magic Flute. Mozart.
Kids are amazed at this song. Try to squeak out the highest note

America the Beautiful. ISBN 0-439-39963-7
   America the Beautiful, US Army Band
   America the Beautiful, piano accompaniment
Read the book with the US Army band playing in the background.
Sing the song with the piano accompaniment.

The Star-Spangled Banner. Illustrated by Peter Spier. ISBN 0-440-40697-8
   SSB Cedermont Kids
   SSB Jimi Hendrix. Live from Woodstock.
Read the book with the music for background, then compare/contrast the
Hendrix version. Who can resist playing air guitar on this one?

The Flag We Love. Pam Munoz Ryan. ISBN 0-439-25292-X
   Stars and Stripes Forever written by John Phillips Sousa. Performed by
Boston Pops.
Read the book. March in a square military style to the music. Don’t forget to
salute!

God Bless America. Lynn Munsinger. Scholastic Inc.
   God Bless America. Piano accompaniment.
   God Bless America. US Marine Band.
   God Bless America. Vocals by various artists.
Read the picture book. Play music in the background. Then sing with the
accompaniment

This Land is Your Land. Paintings by Kathy Jakobsen. ISBN 0-316-39215-4
   This Land is Your Land. Bruce Springsteen.
    This Land is Your Land. Pete Seeger.
    This Land is Your Land. Peter, Paul and Mary.
    This Land is Your Land. Woody Guthrie.
Compare/contrast the versions. Woody wrote it of course, but I play his version
last.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game by Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer.
Performed by Sam Bush

Yankee Doodle Dandy

You’re a Grand Old Flag
Semper Fidelis

Olivia forms a Band. Ian Falconer. ISBN-13:978-I-4169-2454-8
   Washington Post March. Grenadier Guards.
Read the story. Play parts of the song at appropriate intervals.

Slumber My Darling by Stephen Foster. Performed by Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer,
Mark O’Connor, Alison Krause

Beauty and the Beast. A.L. Singer. ISBN 1-56282-049-4
   Be Our Guest p. 54
   Belle p.11
This is a long story. May be read in several installments?

Little Mermaid
    Under the Sea – I love this song. Have kids move. You choose loco-motor, or
non-locomotor. Brainstorm ways to move in both categories, make a list and then
move to the music. Shakers go well with this song.

Hey Diddle Diddle. Kin Eagle. ISBN 1-879089-007-5

Howdi do. Vladimir Radunsky. Song by Woody Guthrie
Bling Blang. Vladimir Radunsky. Song by Woody Guthrie.
These books come with their own songs and the artist does the pictures in
gouache and collage style that kids would have fun trying.

I’m a Little Teapot. Iza Trapani. ISBN 1-58089-010-5
Read the book. Act out the teapot moves.

Itsy Bitsy Spider. Iza Trapani. ISBN 1-879085-69-0
Great for finger play. Connect thumb and index finger of opposite hands to create
the spider climbing up the spout.

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring. Kin Eagle. ISBN 1-879085-71-2
Great for creating new, silly verses.

Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone? Iza Trapani. ISBN 1-58089-005-9
Objective: The learner will demonstrate knowledge of a classic American Folktale
by singing/reciting/ acting out Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone and
will identify the meaning of key vocabulary words using pictures and context
clues.
Key Vocabulary: American Folk Tale, scolded, dismay, tourist, rushing, heart’s
content, pitched,
Materials:
Oh Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
    As told and illustrated by Iza Trapani
    ISBN 1-58089-005-9
Process:
Listen to recording of song.
Read book aloud
Stop at vocab words and determine meaning

Assign parts for acting out the story:
Shoe that gets a hole chewed in it Dog

Bowl and favorite toy
Bus
Rushing crowds (3 or more)
Mountain
Red Truck
Wave – be gentle!
Rattlesnake
Rodeo cowboys (3 or more)
Horse – again, be gentle!
Bear
Kid who owns the dog

Read aloud again with players doing their parts.
Sing the song with the recording – or without.

Happy Birthday Moon by Frank Asch
  Au Clair De La Lune by Debussy

Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett.
   Edvard Greig “Hall of the Mountain King.”

Ride of the Valkries Wagner

Dancing in the Wings. Debbie Allen. ISBN 0-439-32942-6
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Tchaikovsky, Nutcracker Suite. Argerich
&Economou
Make ribbons. I got big rolls of ribbon from the florist outlet for about $2 per roll.
Cut the length you like of several strands of ribbon and tape one end together
with clear packing tape. I start kids with one ribbon, then add another if they are
using the ribbon appropriately.

FIDDLES
Objective: The learner will demonstrate knowledge of old time fiddle tunes and
tales by listening to Fiddler’s Fair and The Fiddler’s Son
Materials
Fiddlers’ Fair by May Justus. Copyright 1945 by Albert Whitman and Company,
    Chicago, Illinois.
The Fiddler’s Son by Eugene Bradley Coco ISBN 0-88138-111-X
CD of The Fiddlers’ Fair by Roy Budd from the Flight of the Doves soundtrack
CD of Appalachian Waltz, Jerusalem Ridge, by Mark O’Connor
Key Vocabulary: fiddle,
Process:
Read aloud Fiddlers’ Fair. Discuss.
Play Fiddler’s Fair music.
Read The Fiddler’s Son, play Mark O’Connor music while reading.
Extension: Teach The Virginia Reel:
In the days before television, Internet and even radio, the way people entertained
themselves was often by holding a community dance. This event brought the
towns together with each other, and was usually a great social event. Most
people knew the most popular dances, such as the waltz, and particularly in the
Southeastern United States, the Virginia reel was one of the most popular group
dances.
The Virginia reel is a contra dance, which means it is danced in a line, partners
facing each other. In the Virginia reel, about six couples form a line, men in one
line, ladies in the other, about six feet apart.
Couples step forward about three steps, and bow to their partners.
Partners then do elbow swings, returning to their original places,
Partners do-si-do and the head couple (the couple nearest the band) joins hands
and       sashays down the line and back.
The head couple then “reels down” by joining elbows and doing a full turn with
each person down their line (men with ladies and vice versa)
The head couple joins hands and sashays back to their original position.
The head couple then leads their respective lines in the “cast off,” taking
themselves to the foot of the line, and raising their joined hands to form an arch.
The second couple then leads their lines back under the arch to the front, and
they become the head couple.
Fiddle I Fee
Fiddle I Fee. Sweet, Melissa ISBN 0-316-75861-2 Little Brown and Co.
Cat Goes Fiddle I Fee. Galdone, Paul ISBN 0-89919-336-6
Fiddle I Fee. Cohen, Santiago Blue Apple Books 2003
Fiddle I Fee Hillenbrand, Will ISBN 0-15-201945-6
    Bought Me a Cat. UNR Singers
Compare/contrast the different versions of the books, then compare/contrast
with the song.

Jazz. Troll Jam Session. Arlo Blocher. Library of Congress No. 75-39816
   Jumpin’ at the Woodside, Count Basie
   It Don’t Mean a Thing, Ella Fitzgerald
   Blue Train, John Coltrane
   When the Saints. Louis Armstrong
   So What. Miles Davis
Read the book. Play the songs that go with each section.

Jazz Fly. Matthew Gollub. ISBN1-88991017-1
   Intro
   Main
   Outro
The book comes with a CD. Play the CD and turn the pages.

John Henry. Julius Lester. ISBN 0-590-53936-1
   John Henry. Doc Watson
   John Henry. Harry Belafonte
   John Henry and Polly Ann. Kristina Olson
   John Henry. Various
Read the story first, then play the various versions of the song.
I use a Readers Theater called Polly Ann and John Henry.
Available from http://
www.storycar.com/SamplePolly. Html
1988, Storycart Press, 50 Bedford St, Unit 15 D
Stamford, CT 06901-1910
Assign parts and read on.

Lost in the Woods. Carl R. Sams II. ISBN 0-96717-4880
   Prelude to Afternoon of a faun.

Max Found Two Sticks. Brian Pinkney. 0-671-78776-4.
    LSU Drumline Cadences.
I use chopsticks for this lesson. Got a box of 1000 from a Chinese restaurant.
Probably available at Resco?
I also use empty coffee cans with lids. Any can will do.
Pass out cans and chopsticks to two kids. Ask them to make up a rhythm that
Max might have played. Add two more players in question/answer format. Keep
adding pairs until everyone gets to play.

Shake Rag. From the life of Elvis Presley. Amy Littlesugar. 0-69-811896-0
   Don’t Be Cruel.
   Hound Dog.
   All Shook Up
   Jailhouse Rock
   That’s Alright Mama
Just a great bunch of music to play air guitar to and move like Elvis.

Song and Dance Man. Karen Ackerman. ISBN 0-590-43009-2
   Tea for Two. Benny Goodman Quartet.
   Ask for volunteers to imitate Grandpa.

August’s Rhapsody from August Rush. Michael Hedges.

Swan Lake. As told by Margot Fonteyn. ISBN 0-15-283352-8
  Swan Lake Dance of the Little Swans Tchaikovsky
  Swan Lake Dance of the Swans Tchaikovsky
  Use the ribbons you made for Dancing in the Wings.

The Teddy Bear’s Picnic. Jimmy Kennedy. ISBN 0-88138-010-5
   I cannot resist this one. Just fun.

What a Wonderful World. George Weiss and Bob Thiele. ISBN 0-689-80087-8
   What a Wonderful World. Louis Armstrong.
I have the kids draw their own pictures to illustrate the song.

There was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly Cyndi Lauper
Bibliography/Discography
These are in the order they appear on the Nevada Reading Week website
www.nevadareadingweek.com.
CHICKENS
The Little Red Hen, Illustrated by Barry Downard ISBN 0-689-85962-7
Chicken Little, Retold by Jenny Giles –ISBN 0 7635 1974 X
Chicken Little, Retold by Steven Kellogg ISBN 0-440-84490-8
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, by Mill Martin Jr. ISBN0-671-67949-X
Chicks and Salsa, by Aaron Reynolds ISBN 0-439-85829-1
    Hens and cockerels – from Saint-Seans Carnival of the Animals
    C-H-I-C-K-E-N by Mississippi John Hurt
    Ballet of the chicks from Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
Miss Mary Mack. Alan and Lea Daniel. 0-7802-1284-3
    Shakin’ a Tailfeather. Linda Tillery and Taj Mahal;
Green Eggs and Ham. Dr Suess.
    Green Eggs and Ham Live. Moxy Fruvous
    Green Eggs and Hamadeus. Rob Kapilow
Dinosaur Stomp. Carol Shields. ISBN 0-590-18709-0
Follow the Drinking Gourd
Books:
    Follow the Drinking Gourd by Jeanette Winter ISBN 0679819975
    The Drinking Gourd by F.N. Monjo ISBN 0060243295
    If you Traveled on the Underground Railroad by Ellen Levine ISBN
059040556X
    Escape from Slavery: Underground Railroad. National Geographic July 1984
p. 3
Music
    Follow the Drinking Gourd from Shakin’ a Tailfeather. Linda Tiller and Taj
Mahal.
    Rabbit Ears Radio: Follow the Dringking Gourd narrated by Morgan Freeman,
music
        by Taj Mahal. ISBN 1570999678
Skater’s Waltz (Les Patineurs) by Émile Waldteufel.
Opera Cat. Tess Weaver. ISBN 0-618-09635-3
    Queen of the Night Aria from The Magic Flute. Mozart. Mad About Sopranos.
America the Beautiful ISBN 0439399637
    America the Beautiful by Katharine Lee Bates performed by US Army Band
The Star-Spangled Banner. Illustrated by Peter Spier. ISBN 0-440-40697-8
    SSB Cedermont Kids
    SSB Jimi Hendrix. Live from Woodstock.
The Flag We Love. Pam Munoz Ryan. ISBN 0-439-25292-X
    Stars and Stripes Forever by John Phillips Sousa performed by Boston Pops.
God Bless America. Lynn Munsinger. Scholastic Inc.
    God Bless America. Piano accompaniment.
    God Bless America. US Marine Band.
    God Bless America. Vocals by various artists.
 This Land is Your Land. Paintings by Kathy Jakobsen. ISBN 0-316-39215-4
    This Land is Your Land. Bruce Springsteen.
     This Land is Your Land. Pete Seeger.
     This Land is Your Land. Peter, Paul and Mary.
     This Land is Your Land. Woody Guthrie.
Take Me Out to the Ballgame by Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer, performed
by
    Sam Bush
Yankee Doodle Dandy
You’re a Grand Old Flag by George M. Cohen
    Semper Fidelis March by John Phillips Sousa
Olivia forms a Band. Ian Falconer. ISBN-13:978-I-4169-2454-8
    Washington Post March. Grenadier Guards.
Slumber My Darling by Stephen Foster. Performed by Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer,
Mark
    O’Connor, Alison Krause
Beauty and the Beast. A.L. Singer. ISBN 1-56282-049-4
    Be Our Guest
    Belle
Little Mermaid
    Under the Sea
Hey Diddle Diddle. Kin Eagle. ISBN 1-879089-007-5
Howdi do. Vladimir Radunsky. Song by Woody Guthrie
Bling Blang. Vladimir Radunsky. Song by Woody Guthrie.
I’m a Little Teapot. Iza Trapani. ISBN 1-58089-010-5
Itsy Bitsy Spider. Iza Trapani. ISBN 1-879085-69-0
It’s Raining, Its Pouring. Kin Eagle.ISBN 1-879085-71-2
Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone? Iza Trapani. ISBN 1-58089-005-9
Happy Birthday Moon by Frank Asch
    Au Clair De La Lune by Debussy
Trouble with Trolls by Jan Brett.
    Edvard Greig “Hall of the Mountain King.”
Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner
Dancing in the Wings. Debbie Allen. ISBN 0-439-32942-6
    Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Tchaikovsky, Nutcracker Suite. Argerich
&Economou
Fiddlers’ Fair by May Justus. Copyright 1945 by Albert Whitman and Company,
    Chicago, Illinois.
Fiddler at the Fair. Roy Budd.
Fiddle I Fee. Sweet, Melissa ISBN 0-316-75861-2 Little Brown and Co.
Cat Goes Fiddle I Fee. Galdone, Paul ISBN 0-89919-336-6
Fiddle I Fee. Cohen, Santiago Blue Apple Books 2003
Fiddle I Fee Hillenbrand, Will ISBN 0-15-201945-6
    Bought Me a Cat. UNR Singers
The Fiddler’s Son. Eugene Bradley Coco ISBN 0-88138-111-X
    Appalachia Waltz. Mark O’Connor
    Jerusalem’s Ridge. Mark O’Connor
Jazz. Troll Jam Session. Arlo Blocher. Library of Congress No. 75-39816
    Jumpin’ at the Woodside, Count Basie
    It Don’t Mean a Thing, Ella Fitzgerald
    Blue Train, John Coltrane
    When the Saints. Louis Armstrong
     So What. Miles Davis
Jazz Fly. Matthew Gollub. ISBN1-88991017-1
    Intro
   Main
   Outro
John Henry. Julius Lester. ISBN 0-590-53936-1
   John Henry. Doc Watson
   John Henry. Harry Belafonte
   John Henry and Polly Ann. Kristina Olson
   John Henry. Various
Lost in the Woods. Carl R. Sams II. ISBN 0-96717-4880
   Prelude to Afternoon of a faun.
Max Found Two Sticks. Brian Pinkney. 0-671-78776-4.
   LSU Drumline Cadences.
Shake Rag. From the life of Elvis Presley. Amy Littlesugar. 0-69-811896-0
   Don’t Be Cruel.
   Hound Dog.
   All Shook Up
   Jailhouse Rock
   That’s Alright Mama
Song and Dance Man. Karen Ackerman. ISBN 0-590-43009-2
   Tea for Two. Benny Goodman Quartet.
Swan Lake. As told by Margot Fonteyn. ISBN 0-15-283352-8
   Swan Lake Dance of the Little Swans Tchaikovsky
   Swan Lake Dance of the Swans Tchaikovsky
The Teddy Bear’s Picnic. Jimmy Kennedy. ISBN 0-88138-010-5
What a Wonderful World. George Weiss and Bob Thiele. ISBN 0-689-80087-8
   What a Wonderful World. Louis Armstrong.
Additional pairings not in the presentation:

Firebird by Robert d. San Souci, il. By Kris Waldherr. Dial ‘93

Amazing grace by Mary Hoffman, Il. By Caroline Binch. Dial ‘93
Mama Don’t Allow by Thatcher Hurd. Harper 1984

Swimmy by Leo Lionni with “The Aquarium” from Carnival of the Animals

Berlioz the Bear by Jan Brett with “Flight of the Bumblebee” by Rimsky Korsakov

Rondo in C by Paul Fleishman with “Rondo in C" by Beethoven of use the “rondo”
form by any other composer - Rondo Alla Turka by Mozart

Brother Billy Bronto’s Bygone Blues Band by David Birchman with Dixieland of
Blues like “Way down Yonder in New Orleans In “I Like Jazz: the essence of Louis
Armstrong

Over the River and Through the Woods by Lydia Maria Child with “Troika” from
“Lieutenant Kite Suite” by Prokofiev

I Like the Music by Leah Komaido with “Strike Up the Band” from the Canadian
Brass Plays George Gershwin, also “Stars and Stripes”
Hip Cat by Jonathan London with and jazz recording. Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie
Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane

Charlie Parker Played Be Bop by Chris Raschka “Bird and Sarah: Charlie Parker,
Sarah Vaughn and Jazz All Stars.

Curious George by H.A. Rey. Mozart’s “Jupiter Symphony”

				
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