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Books with title I Make Music

  • I Make Music

    Eloise Greenfield, Jan Spivey Gilchrist

    Board book (Writers & Readers, Aug. 1, 1991)
    As a three-year-old girl learns to play musical instruments, her parents nurture her interest and talent in music, as well as her self-confidence
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  • Bing: Make Music

    Ted Dewan

    eBook (HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, July 31, 2014)
    An exciting new relaunch of Ted Dewan’s Bing books – resized and beautifully produced for the next generation of toddlers. Bing makes his TV debut in 2014!(This ebook is optimised for Kindle tablets and the Kindle App. It is not suitable for e-Ink kindle devices, such as the PaperWhite. We recommend you download a sample to your device before purchase if in doubt.)Ted Dewan has created a series that focuses on the dynamic between toddler and parent, and that speaks to them both equally. With short, repetitive texts, bold, bright artwork and appealing characters, Bing offers both parent and child an enjoyable reading experience and a simple, reassuring guiding principle – that, whatever happens, it’s just a Bing thing, a normal occurrence, and nothing to get upset about.Bing Bunny and Flop love to make music. Keys go jingle jingle… Bing goes BINGO! BONGO! BANG!Share the ups and downs of everyday life in this playful pre-school series from award-winning picture book creator Ted Dewan.
  • I MAKE

    Tracy Blom, Jimmy DiResta, Art Dahn Tran

    Hardcover (Tracy Blom Publications, July 17, 2019)
    STEM Certified!Inspired by designer and creator, Jimmy DiResta, this book features a young boy who has a passion for making things by hand. While the other children of the town play games, young Jimmy is busy in his shop doing what he loves. When the children see just how exciting it is to make things by hand, they join him too, and create much more than they ever thought possible. This book was created to inspire children of all ages to challenge themselves, learn a trade, and uncover the joy that creation can bring. "Make something every day." Jimmy DiResta
  • Let's Make Music

    Jessica Baron

    Paperback (Rosen Publishing Group, Jan. 1, 2001)
    Offers beginning readers a brief introduction to music.
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  • I MAKE

    Tracy Blom, Jimmy DiResta, Dahn Tran Art

    Paperback (Bowker, April 2, 2019)
    Inspired by designer and creator, Jimmy DiResta, this book features a young boy who has a passion for making things by hand. While the other children of the town play games, young Jimmy is busy in his shop doing what he loves. When the children see just how exciting it is to make things by hand, they join him too, and create much more than they ever thought possible. This book was created to inspire children of all ages to challenge themselves, learn a trade, and uncover the joy that creation can bring. “Make something every day.” Jimmy DiResta
  • I MAKE

    Tracy Blom, Jimmy DiResta, Dahn Tran Art

    language (, March 21, 2020)
    Inspired by designer and creator, Jimmy DiResta, this book features a young boy who has a passion for making things by hand. While the other children of the town play games, young Jimmy is busy in his shop doing what he loves. When the children see just how exciting it is to make things by hand, they join him too, and create much more than they ever thought possible. This book was created to inspire children of all ages to challenge themselves, learn a trade, and uncover the joy that creation can bring. “Make something every day.” Jimmy DiResta
  • Bing: Make Music

    Ted Dewan

    Hardcover (David Fickling Books, Feb. 8, 2005)
    In Bing: Make Music, Bing and Flop use everyday items, like keys and a tub of rice, as well as instruments to make music. But don’t bang on the music box, Bing! Don’t worry, we can fix it. Making music, it’s a Bing thing!
  • Make Mine Music!

    Tom Walther

    Paperback (Little Brown and Company, April 15, 1981)
    Discusses a variety of musical instruments and presents directions for making and playing them.
  • We Make Music

    Connor Stratton

    Paperback (North Star Editions, Aug. 1, 2019)
    This book offers a simple overview of how children can make music. Easy-to-read text, labeled photos, and a picture glossary make this book the perfect introduction to the topic.
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  • Make Music!

    Julia Lawson

    Paperback (Evans Brothers, June 1, 2005)
    Stepping Stones are ideal for children to share with adults. Each title is based on everyday activities, using open-ended questions, which encourage children to predict, speculate, and draw conclusions on their own. A combination of the visual prompts on the page, and their own experience of the world around them help them to engage with the subjects raised in each book.
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  • I Can Make Music

    Peter Sloan, Sheryl Sloan, Teresa Culkin-Lawrence

    Paperback (Sundance Newbridge, June 1, 1995)
    Simple sentences and illustrations help young children recognize common musical instruments.
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  • I Can Make Music

    Michael Purton

    Hardcover (Lorenz Books, Jan. 3, 2000)
    Each book contains sixteen projects, with instructions and photos. Readership level 3 - 7 years.