Tuba Lessons by T.C. Bartlett
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When a boy's path to his tuba teacher's house leads him through a forest, the boy delights in climbing trees and making music with rabbits, foxes, squirrels, and even a big, scary bear. This colorful and almost wordless story makes for a lesson all kids will want to take.

 

About T.C. Bartlett

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Swiss artist Monique Felix studied graphic arts at l'Ecole des Arts Appliques in Lausanne. She has illustrated more than 40 children's books-including Creative Editions' Mouse Books series, Tuba Lessons, Hundreds of Fish, Hansel and Gretel, and My Shadow-and received such honors as the Octogone Prize from the International Center of Children's Literature in France.
 
Published July 1, 1997 by Creative Editions. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Music soothes the savage beast in this near-wordless picture book about a boy on his way to a tuba lesson.

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Puckish visual humor marks this near-wordless tale of a tuba-toting lad waylaid by adventure as he heads to his music lesson. With the dense hashmarks of Felix's (The Numbers) pastel strokes forming a

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At first the lines appear to form a road, then they metamorphose into a tree trunk for the boy to climb and play on, and finally become a musical staff as the boy begins to play his instrument.

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