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by Paul Dubois Jacobs,R. Gregory Gregory Christie,Pete Seeger

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  • ISBN 039924316X
  • ISBN13 978-0399243165
  • Language English
  • Author Paul Dubois Jacobs,R. Gregory Gregory Christie,Pete Seeger
  • Publisher G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers (October 5, 2006)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats azw rtf lrf lrf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Arts Music and Photography
  • Size ePub 1298 kb
  • Size Fb2 1411 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 471

Poor Lee! He used to be a jazzman who could make the piano go yimbatimba- TANG—zang-zang. But now he's lost his hearing, and the bandleader had to let him go.

So Lee goes to a school for the deaf to learn sign language. There, he meets Max, who used to play the sax. Riding the subway to class, they start signing about all the songs they love. A bass player named Rose joins in and soon they've got a little sign language band. And in no time they're performing for audiences in the subway, night after night.

Living legend and Kennedy Center honoree Pete Seeger, renowned poet Paul DuBois Jacobs, and Coretta Scott King honor winner R. Gregory Christie present a jazzy riff on the power of music, overcoming obstacles, and all the different ways to hear the world. So, who will listen to a deaf musician? Everyone!


Living legend and Kennedy Center honoree Pete Seeger, renowned poet Paul DuBois Jacobs, and Coretta Scott King honor winner R. Gregory Christie present a jazzy riff on the power of music, overcoming obstacles, and all the different ways to hear the world.

Living legend and Kennedy Center honoree Pete Seeger, renowned poet Paul DuBois Jacobs, and Coretta Scott King honor winner R. So, who will listen to a deaf musician? Everyone!

Seeger and Jacobs' hep narrative is studded with phonic gems ("Bomp," "Phip," "Doodle-bop-bop"), and . An unusual story, both stylish and uplifting. author note) (Picture book. More by r. gregory christie. Memphis, martin, and the mountaintop.

Seeger and Jacobs' hep narrative is studded with phonic gems ("Bomp," "Phip," "Doodle-bop-bop"), and Christie's colorful paintings have a strong 1950s feel.

Paul DuBois Jacobs has previously collaborated with Pete Seeger on. .4. The Deaf Musicians. Pete Seeger, Paul Dubois Jacobs, R. Gregory Christie (Illustrator). Published by Putnam Juvenile (2006).

Paul DuBois Jacobs has previously collaborated with Pete Seeger on Abiyoyo Returns and Some Friends to Feed, both illustrated by Michael Hays. Paul lives in New York with his wife, Jennifer Swender, and together they wrote the picture book My Subway Ride. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers (October 5, 2006) (2006). ISBN 10: 039924316X ISBN 13: 9780399243165. So, who will listen to a deaf musician? Everyone!.

by Pete Seeger · Paul DuBois Jacobs · R. There, he meets Max, who used to. Jazz Baby. by Lisa Wheeler · R.

2007 Schneider Family Book Award for Young Children's Book for The Deaf Musicians, text by Pete Seeger and Paul DuBois Jacobs.

1971-07-26) July 26, 1971 (age 48) Plainfield, New Jersey, . 2007 Schneider Family Book Award for Young Children's Book for The Deaf Musicians, text by Pete Seeger and Paul DuBois Jacobs. 2006 Coretta Scott King Award for Illustrator Honor for Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan, text by Mary Williams. 2001 Coretta Scott King Award for Illustrator Honor for Only Passing Through, text by Anne Rockwell. a b c d e f g h i "R. Gregory Christie's Biography". Gregory Christie present a jazzy riff on the power of music, overcoming obstacles. Read full description. See details and exclusions. The Deaf Musicians by Paul DuBois Jacobs, Pete Seeger (Hardback, 2006). Brand new: lowest price.

Paul DuBois Jacobs and Jennifer Swender are a husband and wife writing team, authors of.Paul has also cowritten four books with legendary folk musician, Pete Seeger, including Abiyoyo Returns and The Deaf Musicians.

Paul DuBois Jacobs and Jennifer Swender are a husband and wife writing team, authors of many books for children, including Count 1,2,3; Subway Ride; and My Taxi Ride. Paul and Jennifer have appeared at Lincoln Center, The Children’s Museum of Manhattan, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Virginia Festival of the Book, as well as countless schools, libraries, and museums. They live in Massachusetts. Most Popular Paul DuBois Jacobs Books

And, in keeping with the theme that a story never really ends-in fact it gets better each time it is told-the book sends the reader away with wonderful story openers to get started. Folk icon Pete Seeger carries on the storytelling tradition by teaching parents old and new classics to pass on to their children. For more than fifty years, Pete Seeger has been sharing his songs and stories with the world

In Pete Seeger's Storytelling Book, he and Paul Jacobs include Pete's own family stories, tales from .

And, in keeping with the theme that a story never really ends-in fact it gets better each time it is told-the book sends the reader away with wonderful story openers to get started. For more than fifty years, Pete Seeger has been sharing his songs and stories with the world.

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Gogal
Love this tale. It is not just for kids by any means. To a musician who lost my hearing, this was an affirming book, a great message to all experiencing changes.
Atineda
I bought the book for my daughter. She is 4 years old & has reciently lost most of her hearing. We love the book! And the book is in great shape!
Dilmal
The Deaf Musicians is about a man named Lee who was in a jazz band and everyone noticed he was losing his hearing. The bandleader said that no one wants to listen to a deaf musician so they had to let him go. Lee was so depressed, but on the subway home he saw an advertisement for a school for the deaf. He hoped this would help him. He loved this school, especially the sign language. He thought sign language was like jazz with dancing hands. Because of being in a band he could relate to this and he picked up on it very quickly. A man named Max told him how good he was and that he used to play the sax. They started to ride the subway home together and would play jazz. Lee would move his hands like he was playing the piano and Max would play the notes of a sax. From using their sign language it was easy to talk and play over the rush hour crowds on the subway. They worked well together and were able to understand everything that was being played. One night Rose came up to them and was signing that she knew the song they were playing and started to move her hands like she was playing a stand-up bass. She was immediately asked to join the band. Lee noticed that the trio sounded really good but they were missing something. Rose knew what they were missing and she also knew the perfect person for the job. Ellie is a sign-language interpreter who knows everything about jazz and soon joined their band as their singer. They played in the subway every night and soon crowds would stay and watch them. Crowds bigger than Lee had ever played in front of before were soon missing their stops to watch his band. One night Lee's old bandleader saw his band and said how awesome they sounded as they shook hands. Lee thanked him and reminded him of what he said, "who will listen to a deaf musicians?" The reply was everyone!
I think this book would be awesome to use in my classroom. First it shows/explains to the students that not everyone that is deaf was born that way. Even some children have some hearing, and then as they get older they lose it rather quickly. This does not mean that they are incapable of doing what they use to do. Lee proved to his bandleader that there are people that will listen to even a deaf musician. He did not only prove it to his band but to himself as well. I would want to encourage all of the children to have the confidence in themselves that Lee and his sign language band mates had too.
Kea
Excellent book. Many people think deaf people are incapable of enjoying music - this was a good lesson for children and adults.