My Family Plays Music

My Family Plays Music

by Judy Cox Year Published: Average
All the members of a young African American girl's family are musicians. But each one plays a different instrument and a different kind of music. The young girl likes playing with each member of her family, but her choice of instrument varies from the triangle to the tambourine, the handbell to the maracas, wind chimes to woodblock. This celebration of music and of family ties concludes with a glossary that provides brief information about each type of music referenced in the buoyant story. from CCBC Categories: The Arts. © Cooperative Children's Book Center