Saxophone Sam and His Snazzy Jazz Band by Christine M. Schneider

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Join us as we jive. Music makes us feel alive!

A dreary, rainy day turns into a jumpin', jivin’ party when Saxophone Sam uses an irresistible beat to lead Drew and Sue on a magical mystery tour through their house to find the source of his toe-tapping music. As the children get closer and closer, the band and its crowd start to take center stage. There’s never a dull moment when Saxophone Sam’s in town.

Christine M. Schneider’s vibrant illustrations virtually burst off the page as she reinvents the standard two-dimensional picture book format with her imaginative design and playful perspectives.

About Christine M. Schneider

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Christine Schneider's first book, Picky Mrs. Pickle, was called "a zany rhyming tale that bounces right along" by School Library Journal. She lives in Kansas City with her husband, David, their two cats, and several fish.
Published September 1, 2002 by Walker Childrens. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Imagination comes to life on a rainy day when voices from an old, presumably jazz-era radio in the attic call to two children who have been driven to stamp-collecting and dressing up the cat by a rainstorm outside.

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