Violet's Music by Angela Johnson

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There's nothing Violet loves more than music, and she plays or sings every chance she gets.  But where are the other kids like her-kids who think and dream music all day long?  As a baby, in kindergarten, at the beach and the zoo, she never gives up looking for companions.  And then one summer day...

Bright, lively, and lyrical, this is a book for kids who march to a different drummer.  Violet's Music sings to us that the right friend is always out there-as long as we keep looking and hoping, and above all, staying true to ourselves.

 

About Angela Johnson

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Angela Johnson?s previous picture books include the Coretta Scott King Honor Book When I Am Old With You and the ALA Notable Book Julius. Laura Huliska-Beith received a Marion Vannett Ridgway Honor for The Book of Bad Ideas.
 
Published January 5, 2004 by Dial Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Although Violet's love of music ostensibly forms the heart of Johnson's (When I Am Old with You ) story, the rhythm and joy of a child's delight in music comes through in neither text nor art.

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