Sweet Notes, Sour Notes by Nancy Smiler Levinson

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After hearing the great violinist Mischa Elman in concert, David cannot get the sweet music out of his head, but when he takes up the violin, he finds that he can only produces screeches and squawks.
 

About Nancy Smiler Levinson

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Nancy Smiler Levinson has written many popular books for young readers, including Magellan and the First Voyange Around the World and the I Can Read Books Clara and the Bookwagon, illustrated by Carolyn Croll, and Snowshoe Thompson, illustrated by Joan Sandin. She lives in Beverly Hills, California. Bonnie Pryor's many notable picture books include The Porcupine Mouse, winner of the Irma Simonton Black Award. She lives in Gambier, Ohio.
 
Published July 1, 1993 by Dutton Juvenile. 54 pages
Genres: Young Adult.

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When Grandpa Zayde takes David to hear concert violinist Mischa Elman, David is so enthralled that he begs his parents for a violin so that he, too, can make it sing.

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When Grandpa Zayde takes David to hear concert violinist Mischa Elman, David is so enthralled that he begs his parents for a violin so that he, too, can make it sing.

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