Martin The Guitar by Harry Musselwhite
  

Synopsis

Martin The Guitar by Harry Musselwhite

This charming children's story will delight musicians of all ages. Little Martin the Guitar lives in Mr. Beninato's Music Store in New York City. He wants so much to be adopted and taken home by a fine musician, but the other larger instruments in the shop are always picked before him. Every night after Mr. Beninato goes home, all the instruments play for each other and compete for a place of honor in the shop. The large and loud guitar known as Big D always wins the contest. One night, Strada the Violin decides to step out of her special case and help Martin win the contest, and the two perform a duet that leaves the other instruments looking on with awe and admiration. Join Martin and all his friends for a CD of music from Mr. Beninato's Music Store! Performed on guitars mandolins, banjos, and more, hear songs from the book entitled Strada's Waltz, Mr. Beninato's Music Shop, Martin's Lullaby, and six more tunes made to bring a smile to your face and to set your toes tapping!

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains CD-Audio and Hardback
32 pages

Author

Harry Musselwhite
More books by Harry Musselwhite

Publisher

Centerstream Publishing

Publication date

20th August 2012

ISBN

9781574242805


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