Ruby Sings the Blues by Niki Daly

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Ruby's voice is SO loud, it's driving everyone crazy! Then Ruby's jazz-playing neighbors come up with a plan to help her control her volume. Ruby finally learns to sing to her heart's content...without everyone needing earplugs! (Well, most of the time.) The perfect book-fun, celebratory, and maybe even a little helpful-for any family with its own irrepressible Ruby.

About Niki Daly

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Niki Daly is the author and illustrator of numerous picture books, including Why the Sun and Moon Live in the Sky, a New York Times Best Illustrated book. He lives in Capetown, South Africa.
Published January 1, 2005 by Bloomsbury Pub. Ltd. (UK). 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Award-winning South African writer/artist Daly turns his attention once more to things musical with this jazzily illustrated tale of Ruby who, at first, can’t control her volume.

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Hues of pale olives and gray-blues dominate the early pictures, but once Ruby starts to sing, rich reds and blues splash across the scenes.

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