Jazz Cats by David Davis

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A rhythmic jazzy story in verse, Jazz Cats tells about the escapades of some real cool New Orleans cats that know how to entertain. From the blow of the clarinet and trumpet to the pluck of the fiddle bass and beating the trash can drums, these Dixie, dancin', jazz cats know how to have fun.


About David Davis

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David Davis is the author of almost a dozen books with Pelican, including Jazz Cats, a 2002 Children's Book Choice selection; Librarian's Night Before Christmas; Nurse's Night Before Christmas; Ten Redneck Babies: A Southern Counting Book; Texas Aesop's Fables; Texas Mother Goose; and Texas Zeke and the Longhorn. Four of his books have earned spots on the Accelerated Reader list. He resides in Fort Worth, Texas. Chuck Galey is the owner of Chuck Galey Illustration in Jackson, Mississippi. He majored in graphic design and graduated from Mississippi State University. He contributes to magazines, corporations, and advertising clients nationwide and has illustrated more than thirty books, including My Brother Dan's Delicious, SantaSaurus, and Jazz Cats, a 2002 International Reading Association/Children's Book Council Children's Choices selection, also available from Pelican.
Published September 30, 2001 by Pelican Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Travel, Children's Books.

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Hepcats rule in this spirited but uneven tribute to the swinging beat of the New Orleans jazz scene.

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