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About the Author
Gia Volterra de Saulnier was born and raised in Fairhaven, Massachusetts and attended University of Lowell (now University of Massachusetts, Lowell). It was there that she learned to love jazz. Gia's been performing jazz and other kinds of music for over 20 years, throughout the New England area. She lives in North Reading, Massachusetts with her husband and son.
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5.0 out of 5 stars: G
This book was read by my daughter, and she has written her own review on it but first I'd just like to put my small point of view.
M young daughter is a massive reader, she reads every day when I asked her to read this book to review she jumped at the chance. She enjoyed the story, and understood the story which schools say is an important part of reading, children must be able to understand what they are reading. She is also very interested in music so the story suited her very well. Brilliant for young children.
Review from Emma age 7
I thought the cover of the book was very exciting and colorful, I liked the instruments. When I was reading the story it was very interesting and fun. I love music so the story was very good. I liked the picture on the pages its was a very good story for children to enjoy music and reading.
I would recommend this book for parents and children to read together.
Bored with playing the same music over and over again in the same orchestra, and wanting the freedom to play her own music from the heart, Windy Flute makes a huge decision. Having heard of the legendary Jazzland, where instruments are free to ad lib, Windy decides to go there.
But, getting there alone is not an option. She needs friends, other instruments, to go with her to make her sounds `fuller'. When Windy finds these willing instruments, they team up and head for Jazzland together.
Journey to Jazzland provides an opportunity for children, and adults, to learn a little about jazz and other music. It is well-written and very readable, and the illustrations by Emily Zierothare are an absolute delight. There are some nice moments when the instruments learn, when finding a bridge they need to cross, that they can only cross it with team work.
Short, sweet and instructive and well deserving of five stars.
Author K. Meador is a mom to two grown sons who are currently pursuing their adult lives outside the home. She enjoys history, aviation, writing, and romance. In addition, she enjoys photography, walking, and visiting with family and friends. For the past several years, she has traveled with her job and has now settled down in Oklahoma City area.
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